8th Annual Benefit Antiques Show for the Governor Wolf Historical Society, March 5-6

BATH, PA – On March 5 & 6, 2016,  The Governor Wolf Historical Society will hold its 8th Annual Benefit Antiques Show in Bath, Pa  (one block off Rt 512).  The Show will be held in the  three historical buildings owned by the society, many in room-settings with corner fireplaces – on both floors of the 18th Century Ralston McKeen House where Thomas McKeen  had a store in the 1800’s,  in the restored  18th Century Governor Wolf School and in the 19th Century Monocacy Schoolhouse . There will be 30+ exhibitors featuring local primitives, original-paint furniture, early textiles, folk art, early tools, toys, Historical china, blue decorated stoneware , jewelry, early kitchen items and lighting,  etc.  Some of the dealers who exhibit are Abby Brooks,  Dave Irons, Mary Beach, John Billiard, Robert Schenck, Ken Vliet, Bill Fretz, Terri Horwath, Tina Black, Stephen Burkhardt, Claudia Colins, Helen Bryan, Sally Szelag, Stephen Zluky, Patsy Menecola, Barbara Schwarz, Dave Koch, Bernie Dreher, John Cawley, Brad Hamilton, Carol Alfred, Brian Hart, Jean Torrie, Marsha Batts, etc.
In addition to the antique exhibitors there  will be on-going demonstration and TASTING of Open Hearth Cooking and, for the first time, an appraisal clinic of antiques on Sunday.  Appraisals will be conducted Sunday from 1-3pm by Charlotte Schneck, a certified appraiser. Cost for the verbal appraisals is $5 per item (in addition to admission fee), with a limit of 2 items per person.  Please call 610-390-0555 to reserve an appraisal time. There is ample parking on the property and food  is provided by Daily Grind of Bath in the society’s Schoolhouse Cafe. The admission cost is $6 (or $5 with this article) good for admission both days. Show hours are – Saturday  9am to 5pm and Sunday 11am to 4 pm.  GWHS, 6600 Jacksonville Road, Bath Pa 18014   www.govwolf.org. For information call Carol  at 610-390-0555.

8th Annual Benefit Antiques Show for the Governor Wolf Historical Society, March 5-6