Harwinton Fairgrounds Antique Show
Perhaps you have heard, that the long established Farmington Polo Grounds Antique Show has moved to The Harwinton Fairgrounds in Harwinton, CT. Well don't worry, the new location is easy to get to and still packed with great dealers!
Labor Day Weekend Antiques Show
This show happens twice a year, once in June and now coming up this weekend September 3th and 4thg, 2011.
It has always been a very exciting show with dealers from the Northeast and beyond. Since I live a stone's throw from the Polo Grounds , I must say I was somewhat disappointed to hear that the show was changing locations. But after visiting the June show, I can report that I really liked the new location.
Show Happens Rain Or Shine
There were plenty of indoor buildings, better toilet facilities and a delightful country setting.
Many of the wonderful dealers that came to the June show will be returning this weekend. You will find a very eclectic show with plenty of antique booths featuring designers and decorators . I particularly enjoyed visiting many dealers who took the time to set up lovely vignettes in their booth.
Harwinton Antique Show Features All Kinds Of Antiques And Collectibles
The Harwinton Show, like The Farmington Show covers all areas of antiques and collectibles and is a lot of fun. You will find furniture, paintings, garden antiques, Folk Art, Primitives, American Indian, Victorian, Mid-Century, toys, linens, jewelry, vintage clothing, industrial antiques, ephemera, glassware, silver, ceramics, Shabby Chic and so much more.
The show is managed by Jenkins Management at 317-598-0012
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