The Greater Boston Antiques Festival

Over 160 antiques dealers from 10 states will assemble under one roof
at THE GREATER BOSTON ANTIQUES FESTIVAL at the Shriner’s Auditorium on
Saturday and Sunday, January 17-18, 2009, showcasing thousands of
sought after items including furniture from many periods, European
ceramics, American pottery, sterling silver, folk art, mid century
modern and jewelry of all types from fine antique estate to mid century
costume. The Greater Boston Antiques Festival features dealers who
have been screened for the quality of their items. Antique collectors
of all levels can browse New England’s finest antiques collections in
one easy stop without dealing with Boston’s parking and traffic
problems. The Greater Boston Antiques Festival has something for
everyone from the casual collector to the experienced investor to the
person who is looking to decorate a home.

Admission to The Greater Boston Antiques Festival is only $8 per person
(16 and under free.) Hours are Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Shriner’s Auditorium in
Wilmington, MA, just 15 minutes north of Boston off interstate 93.
Directions to Shriner’s Auditorium: Rte 93 to Exit #39 (3 exits north
of the I-95 and I-93 interchange in Woburn). Take a right at the end of
the ramp onto Concord St. Take your first left onto Fordham Rd. The
Shriner’s Auditorium is located on the right hand side at the end of
Fordham Rd. For more information call (781) 862-4039 or visit
www.NEAntiqueShows.com. Free parking is available for 1,500 vehicles.

The Greater Boston Antiques Festival is managed by Marvin Getman of New England Antique Shows.

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