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District Vintage Pop-Up Shop @ Suns Cinema Saturday

From an email:

“District Vintage presents a vintage pop-up shop at Suns Cinema in Mount Pleasant just in time for Halloween.

District Vintage brings Washington, D.C. a temporary shopping experience with vintage shops from in and around the metro area. Visitors are invited to experience this unique shopping event at Suns Cinema – Mount Pleasant’s one and only art house movie theater.

Some of the participating vendors include: Check Engine Vintage specializing in mid-century housewares & decor; City Bone Vintage featuring handpicked vintage fashion spanning the 70s-90s; Heavy Penny Vintage showcasing wearable, unique goods from generations past; Ruby Threads Vintage vending truly special one-of-a-kind pieces. Many of these shops have previously been available online only. For one day customers are invited to shop them in real life.

District Vintage Pop-Up Shop will be open Saturday Oct. 21 from 11am to 4pm at Suns Cinema 3701 Mount Pleasant Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20010.

Visitors will have a chance to browse an array of locally curated vintage goods including housewares, jewelry, clothing, accessories, footwear, and more. This event is free to attend and will feature vegan sweets, & libations for purchase.”

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