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Where Pigs Fly Farm & Pigs Aloft Museum will be holding its annual Spring Fling on Saturday at the Disabled American Veterans hall, 5054 Monticello Road. The event will feature a live auction 10 a.m.-5 p.m., more than a dozen vendors, games for children and a petting zoo.

Handcrafted tumblers, jewelry, cosmetics, home decor and plants will all be available to peruse from vendors such as Billie Jack's Emporium, Handmade Harvests and Origami Owl, to name a few. Judy Noah and Stephen Lange with Ken Rahmoeller will also have booths for tarot card readings.

The auction, often the star of the day, will feature "antiques galore and rare pieces throughout," and there is "something for everyone," according to the Where Pigs Fly Farm & Pigs Aloft Museum event site. Items from home decor, furniture, collectible glassware, children's toys and even Christmas decorations — if you want to get started early — make for a diverse auction.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children, ages 2-12. Disabled American Veterans will serve food and drinks to support the organization. All other proceeds help support the Where Pigs Fly Farm.

For additional information, contact Cindy at 314-241-3488.

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