61st Spring Fox Valley Antiques Show Mar. 10-11

Worden Select Objects

One of many welcoming booths one can expect at the show, courtesy of Worden Select Objects, Burr Oak, Michigan.

ST. CHARLES, Ill. — The Fox Valley Antiques Show will celebrate its 61st year of serving decorators, collectors and dealers alike March 10-11. The show offers affordable and authentic 17th, 18th, 19th and early-20th Century antiques. Objects are carefully gathered, researched and authenticated by 55 invitation-only dealers from 15 states.

Each antique on offer tells an interesting story of design, invention and creativity, allowing a peek into our American past and, often, its links to our overseas origins.

Just 40 miles west of Chicago, St. Charles, Illinois is the perfect destination for a spring drive. Held indoors at the spacious Kane County Fairgrounds’ Prairie Events Center, dealers exhibit in walled and papered booths, their offerings arranged in room settings, many with an emphasis on decorative and graphic design. A “screened” show assures authenticity, allowing customers to buy with confidence.

A Discount and Drawing

Tickets are available online or at the door. Enjoy a $2 savings. Visit www.CSADA.com and click on the ticket icon to make your purchase. While at the show, be sure to sign up for our $50 drawings. Winners need not be present to qualify.

Hoping to introduce the younger generation to history, family-friendly antiques and the thrill of the hunt, free admission is offered to those 25 and under or others with a current student ID

Catered lunch with comfortable seating is available and there is plenty of free parking. Show hours are Saturday, March 10, 10 – 5, and Sunday, March 11, 10 – 4, at the Kane County Fairgrounds, 525 South Randall Road, St. Charles, Illinois 60174 (enter on Randall Road between Routes 38 and 64). 

The Fox Valley Antiques Show is produced by the Chicago Suburban Antiques Dealers Association, a non-profit organization, paid admission to the show benefits local historical preservation and education endeavors.

For more information, visit www.CSADA.com.