2nd Annual Yellow Garage Antiques Show

. May 4, 2008

The Yellow Garage Antiques of Mullica Hill, New Jersey, announces its 2nd annual antiques show on Saturday, June 14th, at the Gloucester County Fairgrounds in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. The “June Festival Of Antiques” will be held, rain or shine, to benefit The Harrison Township Historical Society. Over one hundred outstanding dealers, representing 10 states, will set up under the cover of three pavilions and outdoors from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the 4-H Fairgrounds on Route 77, one mile south of Mullica Hill. Mullica Hill is an historic town located three miles from Exit 2 off the New Jersey Turnpike (about a 45-minute drive from Center City Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Atlantic City.)

The show will feature Americana, folk art, country and formal furniture and accessories, as well as a full array of other high quality merchandise including jewelry, art pottery, Civil War artifacts, period furniture, fine art, hooked rugs, decoys, glass, toys, textiles and much more. Some of the show head-liners include: Stephans Antiques of Frazier, Pennsylvania; George Allen and Gordon Wyckoff of Raccoon Creek Antiques, Oley, Pennsylvania; George and Carol Meekins of Country Treasures, Preston, Maryland; Firehouse Antiques of Galena, Maryland; Nancy Holeny of Granthum 1763, Denton, Maryland; Keith and Diane Fryling American Antiques, Green Lane, Pennsylvania; Gary Promey Antiques and Folkart, Atwater, Ohio; Martin Webster/West Branch Antiques, Delhi, New York; and Scott Brasseur, Prospect, Pennsylvania, to name a few.

Admission to the show will be $6, discounted to $5 with a show card. Food will be catered by “The Rushes” restaurant of Woodstown.

Show promoters Tracy Dodge and Steve Lipman own and operate The Yellow Garage Antiques, a 35 dealer antiques marketplace located in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, and is open year round. The number for the shop is (856) 478-0300. For dealer inquiries, or more information, visit www.yellowgarageantiques.com

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