If the Fourth of July has you pining for some relics of the good old days, take a drive around I-275 to Lawrenceburg, Ind., for the Tri-State Antique Market. Search for treasures from more than 200 vendors spanning from the 1800s through the 1970s. The July market promises patriotic finds like War Bond posters, military collectibles and vintage flags, in addition to the usual fare of furniture, art and ephemera. Already have plans for Sunday morning? The market is open every first Sunday of the month through October. If you’re really serious, you can beat the crowds of 3,000 people and slip in while dealers set up at 6 a.m.