LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Venders showed off their vintage collections at the the 42nd Annual Lafayette Jeff Antique Show.
Sunday was the last day for the event, which features more than 30 different vendors.
The gym was filled with all sorts of jewelry, glassware and vintage pieces.
Proceeds from the general admission will go towards the athletics program.
Lafayette Jeff Athletic Director Peyton Stovall said the money will be used to encourage more students to participate in sports.
"We have a lot of students that aren't able to pay for participation fees to play sports. So this offsets that cost for them and makes them be able to participate in athletics," said Stovall.
Stovall said he expected close to 200 people to visit the final day of the show.
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