Find shopping options, entertainment and more at Vintage Fair: Halloween 2019, happening Sept. 20-21 at the Da Vinci Centre, 195 Bay St. Photo courtesy vintagefairvictoria.com

Grab it and go: Prepare to celebrate Halloween vintage style

Vintage Fair Victoria hosts its first Halloween-themed sale, this Friday and Saturday

Put a vintage twist on your Halloween celebrations this fall by visiting Victoria’s first Vintage Halloween Fair first.

At the Da Vinci Centre this Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20-21, you’ll discover amazing vintage, retro and antique shopping, including everything you need to create a unique and inspired Halloween costume. If you’re a person who tends to cultivate more of a classic look on a regular basis, you’ll find plenty of vintage updates for your wardrobe, plus retro decorating items for the home and office.

The fair happens from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is $5, or if you’re keen to get first dibs on the bargains, $10 for early bird shoppers (4-5 p.m. Friday). The Da Vinci Centre is at 195 Bay St. in Victoria West. Learn more at vintagefairvictoria.com or follow Vintage Fair Victoria on Facebook.



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