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Around Turlock – April 4

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Downtown Turlock is the home to some great restaurants, some boutiques, and several antique stores.

Main Street Antiques, located at 208 E. Main St., is the most recognizable antique store Downtown. Sitting on the corner of Golden State Boulevard and Main Street, most Turlockers have seen the vintage furniture out.

Many Turlockers are also familiar with the room full of records in the back of Main Street Antiques.

Other antique stores in Turlock include Vintage Market, at 210 E. Main St., Treasure Hunters, at 300 E. Main St., and Trinkets to Treasures, at 125 S. Center St.

What’s your go-to antique shop?

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