Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Our Fall 2010 Show Schedule

Fall is quickly approaching us and I can’t wait. I always consider Labor Day to be opening season for our fall shows. Here are the shows where we will be set up during the fall show season as well as other well noted shows we won’t be able to attend this year. So if you want a great weekend get away, why not visit some of these fabulous shows. As the shows happen each week we will post pictures and stories from each location. To at least bring you some of what we find and our good time together.

Sept. 3rd thru Sept. 6th
The Kentucky Flea Market located at Freedom Hall in Louisville, KY. This is well worth traveling. The antiques section of the flea market is only open twice a year during Labor Day & New Years. Its an unbelievable crowd of vendors and buyers.

Sept. 10th thru Sept. 12th
Oct. 8th thru Oct. 10
Nov. 12th thru Nov. 14th
Dec. 10th thru Dec.12th
(Held the 2nd weekend of every month)
If you are in the Atlanta area this is a must stop for decorators, dealers of all kinds, designers, or anyone who loves a little bit of everything. Wonderful things are brought in each month from all over the world. It is truly phenomenal.

Sept 17th thru Sept 19th
Springfield Extravaganza located at the Clark County Fair Grounds in Springfield, OH. If you want to feel the fall atmosphere this is where you will be embraced by it. This is one show my husband and I can’t wait for each year. Its an indescribable feeling. I can’t say enough wonderful things about this show. Its one you won’t want to miss.

Sept 24th thru Sept 26th
The Pilot Club of Huntington, WV presents a high end quality show located at the Big Sandy Arena. For information about this show contact 304-638-8040 or 304-840-2802.

Oct 8th thru Oct 12th
Heritage Promotions will present its 47th Shenandoah Antiques Expo located in Fishersville, VA. This high quality show is unlike any other we do. A wonderful place to find antiques from all over the world.

Oct. 9th thru Oct. 10th
The Olde Stark Antique Faire is an all time favorite of ours and full of advertising collectibles. Located in Canton, Oh.

Oct 15th thru Oct 17th
We will be found in our hometown of Ashland, KY. The El Hasa Shrine Antique Show is held by the Boyd County KY Shrine.

Oct. 29th thru Oct. 31st
The Cabarrus and Designer Showcase Show is a wonderful show just outside of Charlotte, NC. Although this show seems somewhat off the beaten path, it is well worth the travel time. The facilities and food are wonderful. This is worth coming and spending the day looking at all of the wonderful variety of quality dealers.

Nov. 3rd thru Nov. 7th
This is another great antique show in the Charlotte area is the International Collectibles & Antique Show promoted by the Metrolina Tradeshow Expo. They are a monthly show but I am giving the date for their fall Extravaganza Show.

Nov 6th thru Nov 7th
This will be our first time to setup at the magnificent DC Flea promoted by D’Amour Promotions. Our understand is that we will have A LOT to share from this show. Perhaps you need to check it out too. http://www.damorepromotions.com/Chantilly/chantilly.htm

Moeller High School Annual Antique Show Dates are still to be announced. This is a semi annual Antique show we occasional do. Located at Moeller High School in Cincinnati, OH. This is a day trip well worth taking. This show usually takes place between October and November.

Nov. 27th thru Nov. 28th
Dec. 18th thru Dec. 19th
The Scotts Antique Market is where you want to spend your Thanksgiving weekend shopping. This is a remarkable show that collectors do not want to miss. So eat your turkey dinner and come spend your holiday with us. Then in December come and find those special last minute Christmas gifts.

Dec. 30th thru Jan. 2nd
The Kentucky Flea Market located at Freedom Hall in Louisville, KY. What a way to bring in the New Year. This is what I consider the end of my fall shows and what a blow out it is. This is the show of all shows for me all year.

For more shows not mentioned here check out Antique Week. http://www.antiqueweek.com/Calendar.asp?eType=show

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