The Women’s Club of Honesdale, Pennsylvania, will hold their 55th annual Art and Antiques Show on Saturday July 15 from 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, July 16 from 11 AM to 4 PM.

It will be held at the Wayne Highlands Middle School located at 482 Grove Street, Honesdale, PA.

Admission is $6 per person (or $5 with copy of flyer or ad per person).

Over 40 dealers and artists will be displaying and selling their wares including: art, jewelry, estate jewelry, coins, silver, linens, cut glass, primitives, signs, fine porcelain, pottery, Indian artifacts, furniture, books, quilts, all types of unique collectibles and even player pianos.

In addition to a fabulous array of antiques, talented local artists will be displaying and selling art.

So much talent in one place!

You don’t want to miss it.

Each year we proudly feature different antique restoration experts to help you with your repairs.

Along with the restoration expert, this year the certified antique appraiser will be Maggie Winchester from Winchester Auction in South Sterling, PA.

Bring your family heirlooms to be appraised (up to 3 items per person may be appraised at a nominal cost of $5 each).

In celebration of 55 years of holding this show, there will be a special silent auction which includes the following: a numbered Thomas Kinkade print (“Cobblestone Christmas” 915/1950 S/N on canvas and framed 18”x 27”), a large antique cameo set in white gold, a beautiful piece of Roseville pottery, a gift certificate from Settlers Inn in Hawley for an overnight stay for 2 including breakfast, a gift certificate from Woodloch Springs Sports Complex for a six month single membership, and donations of artwork from several local well known and talented artists.

And that’s not all! Throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday, there will be door prize drawings for several $55 gift certificates.

There will be delicious refreshments, homemade lunches and pie available in the cafeteria to keep up your energy while you spend the day browsing.

Funds raised from this event are used to support the club’s scholarship program and other community projects.

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