Rhinebeck, N.Y. — Barn Star Productions manager Frank Gaglio and the Dorothy Whitfield Historical Society have announced a new exciting date of Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-22, 2009, for its annual Guilford Antiques Show at the Elisabeth Adams School, 233 Church Street, Guilford, Conn.
This year will mark the 40th year anniversary of the event benefiting the Hyland House Museum in Guilford, a preeminent museum of colonial life, art and architecture.
Manager Gaglio comments, “This wonderful antiques show featuring over forty New England, New York and New Jersey dealers has been a mainstay for collectors of early Americana, and now art, garden decorations and furniture as well as estate jewelry, clocks, ceramics and fine prints. Last year’s event in April was an overwhelming success under Barn Star Productions management. However, this year our Philadelphia 23rd Street Armory Antiques Show fell on the same weekend, creating a date conflict. After polling Guilford exhibitors and reviewing the annual calendar of antiques shows, our new February date met with the most approval. Dealers are also thrilled to have another winter show to look forward to fill their schedule. We look forward to building on the positive aspects Barn Star has brought to this show and making it even better this time around.”
For more information and show updates, please visit www.barnstar.com or www.hylandhouse.com. To receive a detailed show announcement card, please email name and address to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-876-0616.