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By Milan Eagle media

The Milan Area Historical Society hosted the second annual Heritage Marketplace, Sunday. September 29 at the Hack House, 775 County Street in Milan. Twenty-one vendors, including the food trucks. Ray’s Red Hots (hot dogs, brats), Papa G’s BBQ (pulled pork & chicken, potato salad), Brother Truckers (sloppy joes, fried mac & cheese balls, fries & onion rings) were set up in tents. The weather wasn’t the best and it was disappointing since it kept many from coming out to enjoy the event.
Inside several crafters were busy working demonstrating their talents, quilting and bobbin lace making caught the attention of many.
Food vendors offered nice options for those needing a snack and tables were set up inside the fire barn to eat and dodge the rain drops
Sallie Bancroft, chairperson, said, “I anticipated that only 350 visitors attended but when I polled the vendors at different times, they all seemed happy with the outcome.”

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