News-Antique.com - Mar 02,2009 - The Governor Wolf Historical Society is holding its first annual Antiques & Garden Show the first weekend in April. The antiques will be showcased in two stone late 1700s buildings, some in period room settings. Under the tent will be an additional 10 garden vendors. Also displays by local historical societies and fire-baked apple cobbler by Troop 33.
Centrally located in the park is a “Herb and Pleasure Garden” incorporating historic plants and brick paths.
Saturday 4 PM - Vintage Fashion Show
Sunday - Speakers:
Noon - “5 Ways To Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal” by Pat Corey
1 PM - “A Walk In The GWHS Herb And Pleasure Garden” by Trish Mowen
2 PM - “How Old Is That Toy?” by Ken Vliet
3 PM - “Timeless Kitchen Design For Your Historic Home” by Kathy Wilhelm
Enjoy tasty dishes in a quaint café setting by "Daily Grind", E. Main St, Bath. Plus there will be hearth-cooking demonstration and tasting in the 1785 Ralston-McKeen House.
The Governor Wolf Historical Society park is located at 6600 Jacksonville Rd., Bath PA 18014. From Rt. 22 go north on Rt. 512 for 2.8 miles. Turn west onto Jacksonville Rd and go 0.1 mile. Located between Historic Bath and Bethlehem.
Date & Time:
Saturday, April 4 11 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, April 5 11 AM - 4 PM
Admission: $5 ($4 with card or ad) good for both days - Free parking
*** All proceeds go to the Governor Wolf Historical Society and the preservation of its historic buildings. We have NO paid staff, we are all volunteers.