Chesterton Tribune



Yesterday's Treasures celebrates 30 years of antiques and art this weekend

Back To Front Page


Yesterday’s Treasures Antique Mall & Artisan Gallery at 700 Broadway in Chesterton is marking its 30th anniversary with a celebration and sale on Saturday and Sunday, May 6-7.

Stop by Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m., for discounts, refreshments, prizes, and fun, and celebrate a piece of Chesterton and Duneland history.

For the past 30 years Yesterday’s Treasures has been a landmark in the local antiquing scene, appealing to antiquers and vintage enthusiasts alike, with 80 different vendors and 20,000 square feet of rare and collectable items, all under one roof.

The building itself was purpose-built after World War II as a furniture store, which remained in business until 1987, when its owner, the Tonner Family, closed its doors, then re-opened as an antique store. In 2012, Cindy and Dave Winter purchased the building and business, renovated the structure, and renamed the business. This year the Winters have begun a remodel of the front section of the building.

The building and its history are part of Chesterton history, but the Winters are forging their own legacy inside its walls. Yesterday’s Treasures is an antique mall and artisan gallery, with a wide array of vendors and products on offer, specializing in antique and mid-century furniture and accessories, jewelry, collectibles, books, primitives, and much more. Browse the aisles and find a forgotten favorite book or enchanting piece of furniture, or replace a lost family treasure.

The store is also home to a selection of retro items, such as comic books, toys, and vinyl records.

Hours: Monday- Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday 12-5 p.m.; closed Tuesdays.

For more information call (219) 926-2268.



Posted 5/2/2017




Search This Site:

Custom Search