Saturday, October 15 was time for Tea and Timeless Treasures in Vankleek Hill. China and collectibles vendors were set up at local church halls and people were able to rent tables and sell china, glassware, figurines, collectables, teacups and saucers, serving dishes, cutlery, old jewellery and more. Photos by James Morgan

China and collectibles vendors were set up in the basement of Knox Presbyterian Church during Tea and Timeless Treasures in Vankleek Hill last Saturday. Photo: James Morgan

Rosemary Devenne, left, was serving tea and treats in the Archie Hardy Hall of Knox Presbyterian Church in Vankleek Hill at Tea and Timeless Treasures on October 15. Devenne’s granddaughter Brenna, middle, and daughter-in-law, Frances, right, paid a visit. Photo: James Morgan

Above and below photos: from Tea and Timeless Treasures at the St. John’s Anglican Church hall in Vankleek Hill on Saturday, October 15. Above: Vendors were selling fine china and collectibles at the site. Below: Church members held a bake sale offering some of the very best treats from their kitchens. Photos: James Morgan

Above photo: China and collectibles set up in the basement of Knox Presbyterian Church. Below photo: There were sweet eats at Archie Hardy Hall at Knox Presbyterian Church in Vankleek Hill on Saturday, October 15. As a part of the Tea and Timeless Treasures event, tea and treats were served in the hall, and there was a fantastic variety of home baking and preserves for sale. Photos: James Morgan