We would love to see you at our biannual antique show and vintage market!
Get ready to dive into cool old stuff, as our dealers bring their A-game with history packed treasures.
Whether you're a collector pro or just checking things out, there's something for everyone! Come hang out, find awesome stuff, and let's make some memories as the old becomes new again!
Hello I'm Kimber!
I am Kimber Black, I am a central coast native, born and raised in SLO County who loves shopping for treasures with a history, repurposing old things, meeting new people and planning large events!
I have been an organizer of events for over 30 years! I love bringing people together, creating a fun space to showcase great businesses while growing my network of influencers in this great big community of Paso Robles, CA.
A few years ago, my husband and I relocated our family to Texas. We have been raising our kids and running cattle near Weatherford, Texas. We still call The Central Coast home and are elated to have two more reasons to travel home to see our family & friends!
I look forward to seeing you at either the Fall or Spring Show at The Paso Robles Event Center!
Meet the OG Hens!
They’ve been called 'those chicken ladies,’ ‘the bird show ladies’ and, of course, ‘The Hens.’
So who are these ladies and what makes them tick?
Susi grew up going to antique auctions in Los Angeles with her mother and grandmother, and there was never a road trip or vacation in her youth that didn’t include stops for treasure—be it road-side or antique shops. In her early married life, Susi’s tract home in Newport Beach was filled with vintage farmhouse décor, right down to chicken wire fronts on the kitchen cabinets.
Imagine her joy when moving to Paso Robles in 1992 gave her the opportunity to live on a real farm, in a real farmhouse that was built in 1887. Restoring the property that had been abandoned for many years was a long journey, but one the entire family took part in and learned and grew from.
Now a home for four generations of family, Susi’s passion for antiques and vintage is evident throughout. This passion continues to be passed down and shared with her children and grandchildren.
Kathy can’t remember not being attracted to old things. She clearly remembers living back east and touring countless Early American museums and historical landmarks. Kathy met her husband, Nick, in college and found a kindred spirit. Nick had his loose change in an old crock, collected old keys and loved anything with a history.
After several years in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nick and Kathy decided to “go home” to his family’s ranch in the Santa Lucia mountain range of the beautiful Central Coast. Living on the family ranch is a dream come true; old barns, a beautiful late 1800’s farmhouse (unfortunately, it was lost in the 2003 earthquake), a smattering of old out-buildings, hand-hewn fence posts and livestock. Kathy’s collection and love of primitive antiques, vintage wares and anything old and rusty was allowed to grow out of proportion. Starting the Three Speckled Hens Antiques and Old Stuff Shows was a natural progression of Kathy’s collecting bug.
With the help of her sons, Kathy continues to run the cattle ranch. One of Kathy’s greatest joys is watching the sixth generation of her family work on the ranch and teaching her nine grandchildren about the history and love of family antiques and old found objects.