WADE CREEK HOUSE ANTIQUES opened in 2007. Located in an old 1940's home, we have expanded many times so there are many areas for you to browse. Located on an acre in Estacada, Oregon, your children can visit with our chickens (yes, we sell eggs) as you look around.
We are much more than an antiques store. We host community fundraisers, have two OUTDOOR VINTAGE MARKETS every summer and hold classes and workshops throughout the year. You can find details BELOW.
OUR VENDORS LOVE TO SHOP FOR YOU. They specialize in old, rusty, antique, primitive, vintage, recycled, revived, repurposed, salvaged, scavenged, chippy, farm, collectibles, indoor and outdoor décor. Come and see what they have found for you!!
Monday - Saturday 10a - 5p and SUNDAY 11a - 5p.
Sunday, July 23, 2017
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
- 1/2 Unit Bark Mulch - Estacada Bark & Nursery - Paul Strobel
- 12 yards gravel from Estacada Rock - Tracee R
- CORD OF WOOD from O'Malley Brothers - Ed
- Custom Detailing for car or pick-up from Performance Collision Service - Lois Galluzzo
GIRLS DAY OR NIGHT OUT... The first Friday of the month when we make a craft, have door prizes, discount shopping and light snacks throughout the day. We start crafting at 1:30p and are finished by 8p. PRE-PAID RESERVATIONS are needed by August 1st at 6p so we have enough time to make sure we have what you need. This project takes about an hour or so to complete so you can drop in anytime between 1:30 and can start as late as 6:30p. This month we will be making this wonderful Flowerpot Wreath out of old pots, succulents and moss. Mine measures approximately 18-20 inches across and is an easy care piece to put on your porch, shed, it can go so many places. It would be a perfect gift for the gardener you know. Everything included.. Cost is $35. This is a fun day and we look forward to seeing you.
Sunday, July 16, 2017
Friday, July 14, 2017
Thursday, July 13, 2017
This Saturday, Wade Creek House Antiques will open at 9:30 am to start handing out maps to 9 amazing gardens for our Estacada Garden Tour Fundraiser. Gardens open at 10am. Cost is $15 per person or $25 for 2. No reservations needed. When you pick up your map, check out our Estacada Farmer's Market set up on the grounds of Wade Creek House Antiques. Join us for an amazing and inspiring day.
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Sunday, July 9, 2017
It was an amazing day today. . My 92 year old dad drove his 90 year old Model T (1927) to the Return To Renton Car Show. For the past 4 years it has been a labor of love for him doing many of the repairs himself. He told us that this car is a twin to his first car which he bought when he was 15 years old for $12.50. We were all so excited today when he won first place in the Pre-40 Division. You can see the smile on his face. Congratulations Dad!
This Wednesday, July 12th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, join the gals from Sassy by Design in making this wonderful lavender wall hanging. Enjoy the soothing scent of Oregon lavender in this wall hanging that would be cute hanging in any place you would like a little aromatic serenity. Cost is $25 and pre-paid registration required.
Friday, July 7, 2017
Thursday, July 6, 2017
We had a great time at the 4th of July Timber Festival spreading the word about our 7th Annual Estacada Garden Tour which benefits our Estacada Community Center Meals On Wheels Program. These 9 gardens, 7 are new to the tour, are indescribably wonderful. You will be so inspired, so full of ideas for your home, be sure to bring a camera to help you remember each one. Tour is Saturday, July 15th, 10a - 4p. No reservations needed. Pick up your map and ID that morning at Wade Creek House Antiques and begin your self guided tour.
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017
We love having chickens at the shop. Kids can gather the eggs, they can talk to them and they talk back. One of the chickens that held a special place in our hearts was Agatha. Agatha was blind. The chickens usually live a year at Wade Creek House before coming to live on our farm and Agatha did live on the farm for awhile. But being blind on 7 acres did not work well. She was safer in a contained environment. She has done well the last few years. All the gals at Wade Creek House would make sure Agatha got put in the chicken house in the cold times, fed her scratch grains by taping a pan on a concrete block, and would give her a love almost every day. It was sad yesterday to find that Agatha had passed away. We will miss you sweet Agatha.. RIP