From artifacts of World War II and Indian tribes, to handmade gnomes, mosaics, banana peel labels and matchbox cars: The Ormond Beach Historical Society's Collector’s Day event on Saturday, Sept. 23, had something for everyone to enjoy.
The event took place at the Anderson-Price Memorial building located at 42 N. Beach St. Each booth had different collections of items, some of them being over 100 years old.
One of the members of Ormond Beach Historical Society’s board of directors, Randy Jaye, also had a booth containing his collection of watches, pipes and black Americana dolls.
Over 210 people attended the event. The Historical Society offered complimentary food and beverages and also had a cash donation wine bar for all of the attendees.