All SAINTS' ANTIQUES SHOW CELEBRATES 60 YEARS In a few short weeks the All Saints’ Antiques Show will open its doors for the 60th time. One of the nation’s longest-running and best-loved antiques shows, the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center will b
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All SAINTS' ANTIQUES SHOW CELEBRATES 60 YEARS
REHOBOTH BEACH, June 3, 2009—In a few short weeks the All Saints’ Antiques Show will open its doors for the 60th time. One of the nation’s longest-running and best-loved antiques shows, the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center will be the center of celebration for the culture of antiques in Rehoboth Beach July 29 –August 1, 2009.
“Antique lovers won’t want to miss this opportunity to find rare maps, prints, paintings, furniture and other decorative arts,” says Show Manager Jay Melrose. “Prominent dealers will also be bringing their expertise and added insight on topical areas including early Delaware furniture.”
The show will officially launch 6 p.m., July 29 at the preview party. The event promises to be an evening of sociability with friends combined with a first look at the quality antiques on display.
Tickets to the preview party are $30, which offers unlimited attendance over the three-day show. The show will be open to the public from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31 and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday, August 1. Admission is $7.
Additional information is available on the web at www.rehobothantiques.com
The show’s sponsor, All Saints' Church, is the only church in Rehoboth Beach on its original site and maintaining its original design. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places it was constructed in the 1890s to meet the needs of a growing number of Episcopalians migrating to the area.
Show managers Melrose & Duddy bring 25 years of antiques show experience to the All Saints’ show and have successfully managed antiques shows since 2007.