Featured Event Feb. 24 =
The Great American Paper Show in
St. Louis, Mo. Located at
theHoliday Inn South County, 6921 South Lindbergh near
intersection of I-55 and Lindbergh, St. Louis, MO 63125. Admission:
Early Bird 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. $5, General admission 9:00 a.m. to 3:00
pm. $2. Lunch available. For more information call 314-822-7174.
here for more information and a map.
Featured Shop Manhattan Antique
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
The Asheford Program is an
internationally recognized, professional-level "Profit & Pleasure"
on the study of antiques, collectibles and appraising. Click
here for more information.
Come see what our customers have been raving
about! Don't miss this dazzling array of unique home furnishings and
decorative accessories you won't find anywhere else. Make your interior come
alive with handmade reproductions of antique American country & formal furniture, historic replicas, whimsical contemporary folk art, seasonal Halloween & Christmas items
and some original antiques. Our award-winning artisans and craftsmen have
been named the best in the nation by Early American Life magazine. Located
at Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles, IL.
It is a beautiful
September day here in the Midwest and
the Old Sawmill is starting up. The American Flag is being raised and
breakfast is being served out of the chicken coop Café.
Someone blows the whistle on a large Steam Engine and people are starting to
arrive to enjoy the day out on a working farm. Located in Highland,
March is the
time to plan a visit to the Annual St. Louis Antique Bottle & Jar Show.
Discover antique bottles, fruit jars, pottery, breweriana, insulators and
related advertising. Located in St. Louis, MO.
The Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass &
Pottery Club will host its annual show and sale in April. Depression glass items are those made during the
Depression Years in America. They were made inexpensively by machine and
sold through "5 and 10 cent" stores or given away as publicity items or
premiums. Included, too, are "Elegant Glass" items sold through Department
and Jewelry Stores.
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