Over 75 quality antique dealers from throughout the Northeast will once again be on hand for this festival. The show takes place under pavilion cover and on the lawn at the Gloucester County 4 H Fairgrounds at 275 Bridgeton Pike (Rt. 77), one mile south of the Mullica Hill Historic District.
The sale will include antique country and formal furniture, pottery, fine art, glass, stoneware, quilts, dolls, Americana, jewelry, and much more. There is unlimited free parking on the fairgrounds and food and refreshments will be available all day. In addition, there will be a 4-H horse competition adjacent to the antique show.
Visitors can also shop and enjoy The Yellow Garage Antiques Center nearby where lectures and demonstrations will be presented throughout the day by nationally recognized furniture maker/restorer and horological conservator, Gregg Perry. More antiques and specialty shops are available as well for your shopping pleasure, downtown on Main Street in Mullica Hill.
The Festival will take place rain or shine. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Harrison Township Historical Society.