BURLINGTON — Tim Camisa’s museum of Spavin Cure relics has gone from idea to reality — just not in
Enosburg Falls. At least, not yet.
Right now, relics Camisa collected, many rescued from the Spavin Cure’s former production site on
North Main Street, sit on display in the front of Camisa’s Vermont antiques shop, right beside Kohl’s in
the University Mall in South Burlington.
It’s nothing personal. Camisa said the space where he intends to open the museum, a room in the
former Spavin Cure plant building, just isn’t finished yet, although Camisa continues restoring that
building, piece by piece, despite ongoing vandalism. Nearly every one of the building’s windows have
been smashed and then replaced by Camisa, out of his own pocket, and he found two fresh bullet holes
in the back of the building during recent renovations.