Laura Levine

Laura Levine

Mystery Spot Opens!

MAY 27, 2010

Hey kids, it's that time of year again! This Memorial Day Weekend the Catskills' shrine to clutter - Homer & Langley's Mystery Spot Antiques - will be opening for our ninth season. We've spent the winter hibernating and hoarding all sorts of delectable vintage acorns which we've brought into the shop for your vintage delight! Hand-picked vintage clothing, thousands of records (LPs and yes, finally, we dug out the 45's!), unusual art & antiquarian books, mid-century lamps, 40's kitchenware, 50's pottery, Rusticalia, etc. As always, great prices and friendly service in our new, expanded, seven rooms-packed-to-the-ceiling Vintage Wonderland right on Phoenicia's Main Street.

We'll be open Memorial Day Weekend, Fri., May 28 - Mon., May 31, 11 AM - 5 PM.

Opening Weekend Hours:

Friday, May 28, 11 - 5

Saturday May 29, 11 - 5

Sunday May 30, 11 - 5

Monday May 31, 11 - 4

(After that, we plan to be open every Friday through Monday (and maybe even more) from 11 AM - 4 PM all summer through Labor Day, but please contact us first if you're coming from a distance, just to make sure).

Laura Cantrell tunes up on the porch.

Mystery Spot Antiques

72 Main Street

Phoenicia, NY 12464

(845) 688-7868
And yes, we'll be hosting another free Music For Front Porches concert series starting Sundays in July. This season's lineup includes Jonathan and Grasshopper (from Mercury Rev), Ida, Ambrosia Parsley & Chris Maxwell, Uncle Monk (Tommy Ramone & Claudia Tienan), Dean & Britta, and surprise guests. Exact dates to be announced soon, so stay posted!
Rodney Crowell checks out the vinyl room and hey...! What's that cool book he's holding?

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The record room.

The back forty.


Everett H. Pert's lunchbox from Sedgwick High School, Sedgwick, Maine, 1921.