MANCHESTER, N.H. — Flamingo Eventz, LLC is proud to present The Start Of Manchester Antiques Show.
Now in its 12th year, the show is set for Aug. 10-11. It has moved to a new location in the heart of all the action in Manchester — the completely renovated and now fully air-conditioned JFK Memorial Coliseum.
A true gem of a show, acknowledged to be “one of the real solid shows of Antiques Week” — with this move, Start of Manchester is back in the heart of the action — only a few blocks and just a 3-minute drive from the New Hampshire Dealer’s Show at the Radisson.
The city of Manchester has renovated the building, and antique show organizers have secured a commercial events air-conditioning firm to supply air conditioning for both shows at the site. The location also boasts room for more booths, larger aisles, more space, increased parking and greater ease of setup.
Select exhibitors from across the nation will present an appealing offering of true Americana, country furnishings and accessories, pewter, primitives, old folk art, Staffordshire, textiles and formal antiques in designed walled room settings.
A partial list of exhibitors includes: Richard & Sandra Axtell/Axtell Antiques, Deposit, N.Y.; Tom O’Hara/Easter Hill Antiques, Sharon, Conn.; Jim & Victoria Emele/Emele’s Antiques, Dublin, Pa.; Ed & Karen Oberg/Richmond House, Ashford, Conn.; Robert & Roxanne Werowinski/James Island Antiques, Charleston, S.C.; Robert & Delores Kelly/Century House Antiques, Alfred, N.Y.; Mark Witus, Gladstone, N.J.; William R. & Teresa F. Kurau, Lampeter, Pa.; and Ruth & Albert Rogers/School House Farm Antiques, New Holland, Pa.
For more information, call 603-509-2639 or visit www.FlamingoEventz.com. ?
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