First Anniversary Celebration At Broad Street Antiques Market

. April 13, 2008

The Broad Street Antiques Market, in Dallastown, Pennsylvania, will celebrate its First Anniversary Weekend April 26 and 27. The proprietors, Jean Lamar and Steve Rice, are also celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the historic brick factory building in which the shop is situated. “Come celebrate with us and see how we’ve grown!” says Jean. “We’ll have refreshments and fun all weekend.” The shop will be open Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, from noon to 5 p.m.

The Broad Street Antiques Market is located at 100 East Broad Street in Dallastown. The ground level of the immense brick building is devoted to the 15,000 square-foot, multi-dealer shop, (which is handicapped-accessible). The shop contains pre-1950 quality antiques and collectibles – no crafts or reproductions. Furniture, textiles, primitives, tools, books and ephemera, china, and glassware are all on display.

The three-story, 100-year-old red brick building is a landmark in Dallastown, which is just south of York, Pennsylvania. Future plans include six (6) loft-style condominiums and a coffee shop.

For more information contact The Broad Street Antiques Market, 100 East Broad Street, Dallastown, Pennsylvania 17313; phone (717) 246-6800 or (toll free) (877) 246-6850.

Category: Antiques News

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