Warwick Middle School, 104 Maple Street (behind Warwick High School), will be the new location for the Lititz Historical Foundation’s annual Antiques Show, now in its 53rd year.
Show dates are June 26 and 27 (Friday and Saturday). Hours are Friday 10-5pm and Saturday 9-2pm. All are invited to attend. A small admission fee will be collected at the door.
The beloved show, a special fundraiser for the 1792 Johannes Mueller House, remains among the oldest, continually running shows in Pennsylvania and the United States. Pro-moted as an “old time country show,” the celebration draws more than 40 dealers specializing primarily in country primitives, textiles, and folk art. Shoppers can expect to find country wares, holiday and kitchen items, stoneware, Pennsylvania German art, and much more. According to show organizer Ken Martin, “The middle school is a first rate venue for the show. It’s larger than the former, with excellent lighting, more than ample parking, and a beautiful atrium area next to the gymnasium with plenty of natural light from two stories of floor to ceiling windows. You need to see it to appreciate it.”
For the first time ever, show attendees will be able to purchase food from a food service truck set up outdoors, adjacent to the show entrance. Hungry shoppers can enjoy a diverse menu and eat comfortably in an air conditioned cafeteria.
We look forward to seeing you in June!