Barn Star Productions and Newtown Historical Society are broadening plans for the first annual Newtown Antiques Market, adding garden antiques, jewelry and decorations to the offerings.
June is the time for putting the final touches on a garden oasis. The Newtown Antiques Market will now showcase benches, urns, sculpture and planters making the job easier and fun designing your outdoor living space and jewelry for summer entertaining dazzle.
Dealers specializing in these categories may inquire for the few spaces left by calling 845-876-0616 or 914-474-8552.
The event, to benefit Newtown Historical Society, will take place at the Fairfield Hills Campus, Primrose Street in Newtown, on Saturday, June 21, from 10 am until 5 pm. Admission is $10 per person.
There will be 75-100 exhibitors in an informal setting of tents and pop-up canopies offering a wide variety of antiques from early American furniture to fine art, ceramics, jewelry, stoneware, cast iron urns and garden furniture, Continental, architectural elements, mid century, weathervanes and folk art, sets of chairs, tables, glass, jewelry, clocks, plus many more categories too numerous to mention.
Among those already planning to participate are James and Judy Milne/At Home Antiques, Harold Cole and Bettina Krainian, Dennis and Valerie Bakoledis, Merle Koblenz Jewelry, Michael Black Antiques, James Grievo Antiques, Cyd and John Emmons/Gardenalia-Antiques, Wenham Cross Antiques, Village Braider Antiques, Brennan and Mouilleseaux, Dennis Raleigh Antiques, J.B. Richardson Antiques, Susanne Gray Antiques, Susie and Rich Burmann, Sheila Hyland, Donna Kmetz Fine Art, Jaffe and Thurston, Debbie Turi, Marc Witus, The Holdens, David Thompson Antiques and Art, DBR Antiques: Doug Ramsay, Steven’s Antiques, and John Bourne Antiques. The list continues to grow.
“We are very pleased with the excellent line up for this new show and have room to expand with exhibitor interest continuing to grow,” said show manager Frank Gaglio of Barn Star Productions. “The Newtown Antiques Market was born out of dealers requesting a show in June that is one day, centrally located in a great community, cost effective and targeting real collectors with diverse interests.
“The Newtown Antiques Market fulfilled all of their criteria plus it benefits the Newtown Historical Society — but first and foremost will be the wonderful antiques our exhibitors will be bringing for sale. now including garden decorations and furniture, so plan to spend the day,” he said.
The show will also include participation of community organizations including Newtown Lions Club and Newtown Historical Society, creating a fun and festive day for everyone to enjoy rain or shine.