Merickville Antique Show : August 26-27, 2017 : Antiques, Advertising, Collectibles & more for sale

Merickville Antique Show.
106 Read Street, Merickville, Ontario.
August 26th and 27th, 2017.

Shop Classic Shows largest indoor/outdoor antique show of the year at the Merrickville Fairgrounds. More attractions and exhibitors this year with added displays for everyone’s enjoyment. The Merrickville Artisan Show will run in conjunction with this event. See two great shows for the price of one! This 25th annual show runs, rain or shine, on Saturday and Sunday. 

General Admission is $7 for both shows
, children under 12 are always free, parking is free. There is an early bird admission Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, please inquire about this service

The show has antique dealers from Ontario and Quebec and every place in between. They will show pine furniture, folk art, decorative items, glass, china, jewelry, books, old store items, collectibles, art glass, bottles, dolls, formal furniture, advertising, and 1000's more objects.

New dealers this year include:
 DD Antiques, Times Past, Janet Carpenter, Rod Hall, Lutie Ann Presley Antiques, Barbara Behr Antiques, Historia Antiques, Richard Hardick, Monika McLaughlin Antique Jewelry, Jimson's Antiques, Annette Facette, Suzanne & Stephen Lee, Bob Moore, Thomas Vintage to Antiques, Dave Pelkey, Marcel's Antiques, Benoit Tam. With our regular dealers this will be the biggest show in years!

Special Attractions and Changes for 2017
1. More Antique Dealers than last year,   2. The Artisan Show,   3. The Antique Knitting Machine Display,   4. The Spinning Wheel Demonstration,   5. Stuart Pike's Music,   6. Rheal, Dennis and Jacques's Classic Car Display on Saturday   7. June Woodfine's Fabulous Food.   8. Earlybird admissions   9. Ride John Travolta's bicycle from the 1989 movie "The Experts".

Attention Antique & Vintage Dealers!

Doug continues to work hard on enhancing this long standing show, evidenced by more dealers booked than last year and various add-ons to attract both existing and new collectors such as bringing in a John Travolta movie bike, classic cars and early textile displays.  I have heard dealers talking about the show at various markets and auctions, so there is a bit of a buzz going on which is great.  The show field might still have room, so reach out to get more information about selling this year!  

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