If you love shopping vintage finds, then this two-day event in Providence is where you need to be this weekend.

The WaterFire Arts Center on Valley Street in Providence is going to the home of Little City Thrifty's Vintage Market and second-hand finds are going to fill the event space.

Honestly if you have never walked through the WaterFire Arts Center, then the trip is totally worth it whether you buy something or not. The space is stunning with huge glass windows, exposed brick walls and a rooftop patio that could be open for this weekend's event if the weather is right.

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Whether you shop inside or outside, the Little City Thrifty Vintage Market has plenty of pre-loved finds to dig through in this 15,000 square foot venue.

The two-day event will bring over 85 vintage vendors to Providence with booths featuring clothing, books, artwork, furniture, records, home decor and other quirky finds. You never know what you'll leave with, but you know it will be a quality item.

Little City Thrifty prides itself on being a "curated indoor shopping experience" not just your everyday flea market or yard sale. The vintage items here will vary from vintage t-shirts to high-fashion finds and the prices will likely follow suit.

Could be a great place to find a conversation piece for yourself or a unique gift for someone else. Either way checking out interesting, old treasures sounds like a fun way to spend the day to me.

If you think so too, then check out the Little City Thrifty's event page and nab your tickets for this shopping experience coming to Providence October 1 & 2 before they sell out.

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