Antique lovers: make plans to com on out March 4 to the 52nd annual Tolland Antiques show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Tolland Middle School.
The show will feature more than 50 dealers from throughout New England, Pennsylvania and New York. It is one of the premier events in the Northeast dealing in early Americana. The show will feature 18th- and 19th-century American furniture, accessories, textiles, rugs, prints, folk art, paintings, redware and early iron. Many items are of museum quality.
Admission is $9. Parking is free, and lunch will be available for a modest price.
The show is a benefit for the Tolland Historical Society, with proceeds supporting the Old Tolland County Courthouse, the Old Tolland County Jail and Museum and the Daniel Benton Homestead. Proceeds also support the many programs that the society sponsors in the community and its curriculum-related programs in the Tolland school system.
For more information, contact Show Director Mary-Pat Soucy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-803-0034.
See our show page for a list of dealers and advertising opportunities!
Scenes from past shows: