Unearth some treasures on Easter Sunday

News Mar 31, 2010 Ancaster News

The first Dundas Valley Antiques Show, takes place Sunday, April 4 at the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre.

Enjoy a relaxing Easter Sunday hunting for bargains, networking with a variety of antique and art restoration experts, and maybe even finding a few treasures along the way. The show will feature fine antiques, furniture, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, plus an eclectic mix of vintage and retro items.

“We’ve assembled quite a line up of antique experts with various areas of interest," said show organizer Erik Schrobilgen. "And Dundas is the ideal setting for a show like this, and a great hub for the antiques community, both for its historical setting and natural beauty."

Admission is $2. Free parking. Booths and tables still available. Call 905-627-6837 for more information.

Unearth some treasures on Easter Sunday

News Mar 31, 2010 Ancaster News

The first Dundas Valley Antiques Show, takes place Sunday, April 4 at the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre.

Enjoy a relaxing Easter Sunday hunting for bargains, networking with a variety of antique and art restoration experts, and maybe even finding a few treasures along the way. The show will feature fine antiques, furniture, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, plus an eclectic mix of vintage and retro items.

“We’ve assembled quite a line up of antique experts with various areas of interest," said show organizer Erik Schrobilgen. "And Dundas is the ideal setting for a show like this, and a great hub for the antiques community, both for its historical setting and natural beauty."

Admission is $2. Free parking. Booths and tables still available. Call 905-627-6837 for more information.

Unearth some treasures on Easter Sunday

News Mar 31, 2010 Ancaster News

The first Dundas Valley Antiques Show, takes place Sunday, April 4 at the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre.

Enjoy a relaxing Easter Sunday hunting for bargains, networking with a variety of antique and art restoration experts, and maybe even finding a few treasures along the way. The show will feature fine antiques, furniture, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, plus an eclectic mix of vintage and retro items.

“We’ve assembled quite a line up of antique experts with various areas of interest," said show organizer Erik Schrobilgen. "And Dundas is the ideal setting for a show like this, and a great hub for the antiques community, both for its historical setting and natural beauty."

Admission is $2. Free parking. Booths and tables still available. Call 905-627-6837 for more information.