Weston Welcomes its 55th Antiques Show & Sale
The 55th annual Weston Antiques Show, dubbed by the New York Times as “one of the best small shows in New England”, will take place in the Weston Playhouse Friday through Sunday, October 4 to 6, when Vermont’s fall foliage will be at its peak. The show will be preceded by a Gala Preview, from 5 to 7:30 on Thursday, October 3, offering an advance opportunity to examine – and snap up – the cream of the crop, and to enjoy a social evening with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails.
The show will present a mix of new and returning exhibitors. New this year are Debbi Turi, Marc Witus, Rebecca Hare, Ponzi’s Antiques and Baldwin House. They join 28 returning dealers including Peter Pap with extraordinary oriental rugs, John Forster with antique scientific instruments, Donna Kmetz with miniature American paintings and Red Horse Antiques with garden sculpture. Bob and Sue Kozub and Charles and Barbara Adams are celebrating their 38th and 35th years with the show, respectively. There are dealers to suit every taste and at a broad range of price points. The show is intended to appeal to all, from the casual browser to the serious collector.
The Show is entirely managed and staffed by volunteers; all proceeds go toward the Weston Playhouse. The Weston Antiques Show is a production of the Weston Community Association, which owns and maintains the Playhouse, the three Museums of Weston and Cold Spring Brook Park. Show admission is $10; admission to the Gala is $75.