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Featured Event
Oct. 26 = Rural Heritage Day in Historic Ste. Genevieve, MO. Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Located at St. Mary’s Road (339 St. Mary’s Road) and Historic Downtown Ste. Genevieve, MO. Rural Heritage Day is a celebration of history, reverie and reminiscence dedicated to the hard working forefathers and foremothers of Ste. Genevieve. Come see how it used to be done – whether it’s farming, cooking, spinning, lace making, leather working, soap making, wood carving, gardening or good old-fashioned games. Watch demonstrations of handicrafts of yesteryear. COST: $3 donation accepted. Stay till the evening and enjoy the “Spirit Reunion” (separate admission fees apply) a local fundraiser that features costumed ‘Spirits’ telling the stories of the early settlers buried there. For more information visit www.visitstegen.com or call 800-373-7007.

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Manhattan Antique Marketplace
. Over 40,000 square feet of space modeled after New York City!  Manhattan Antique Marketplace, also known as MAM (pronounced like ma’am), will be a one-stop shopping destination experience for all ages. Comprised of an antique mall, special events space, artist workshop, café, and microbrewery, MAM is more than just a mall…it’s a city!   Located at 10431 St. Charles Rock Rd., St.Ann, MO 63074 www.facebook.com/mamstl
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The Asheford Program is an internationally recognized, professional-level "Profit & Pleasure" Course on the study of antiques, collectibles and appraising. Click here for more information.
 

 

 

 

 

 

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National Depression Glass Association Show

July 12 & 13, 2014

 

National Depression Glass Assoc. Annual Glass Show & Sale

 

     The 39th Annual National Depression Glass Association Show and Sale. Show hours are Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 11-4. The show is located at the Wellington High School, 1700 East 16th Street, Wellington, KS.

     Wellington is also the home of the NDGA National Glass Museum, and that is no coincidence. The NDGA invites everyone who attends the Convention to stop by and check out YOUR Museum. ALL GLASS LOVERS ARE WELCOME. You do NOT have to be a member of the NDGA to attend this Convention. Come one and all, have some fun, buy some glass and learn a whole lot about American-made glassware. Although the organization name contains the words "Depression Glass", be assured that there will be all kinds of American glass represented.

 

Glass Displays - Each year at the Convention, collectors share their personal collections of glass and pottery with the rest of us. It is often the only opportunity that we have to see some of the rare and unusual items that are in private collections. This year will be no exception. We will also exhibit the additions to the National Glass Collection acquired since the last Convention.

    For more information call 972-672-6213 or visit www.ndga.net


        

 

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