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St. Lawrence County Historical Association Antique and Artisan Show April 26

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CANTON – A sure sign that spring has sprung is the upcoming St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s 24th annual Antique and Artisan Show and Sale.

Antique dealers and artisans are signing up fast for the show and sale which will be held on April 26from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. As of April 15a total of 24 antique dealers and artisans from all over the north country have registered for booth space at this not-to-be missed show and sale.

Sponsored by Blanchard’s Auction Service, Potsdam, and Mort Backus & Sons, Ogdensburg, the association’s 24th annual Antique and Artisan Show and Sale will be held at Canton’s McKenney Middle School, 99 State St. Vendors from St. Lawrence, Franklin, and Lewis counties will have a wide variety of beautiful, interesting and unique items on hand that you can’t live without! The show opens at 10 a.m. on April 26and runs until 4 p.m.There is ample free parking at the school.

Participating antique dealers and artisans and their goods include:

Antique Dealers:

KAM Jewelry & Collectibles, Canton; Decker Hill Antiques, DeKalb Junction; Time On My Hands, Bombay; Ephemera & Paper Nostalgia, Gouverneur; Antiques & Collectibles, Gouverneur; Ice House Antiques, Raymondville; Grasse River Antiques, Canton; Hope Reilly Country Collectibles, Malone; Breakable Collectibles, Heuvelton; Artbank, Canton; Weatherup’s Antiques, Gouverneur; Antiques & Collectibles, Constable.

Artisans:

Blue Frenzy Wearable Art, Canton; Heirlooms, Harrisville; From the Hollow Tree, Norfolk; Dominy Forest Products, Colton; Specialtea Teas, Lisbon; Happy Lather Soap Company, Castorland; Keller Country, Norwood; Silver Bench Jewelry, Croghan; Rock Hill Creations, Gouverneur; textile artist DejaRu; Soft Maple Design, Lowville; Revised Editions, Canton.

A $4 donation for admission lets you wander among the antique dealers and artisans, allows you the opportunity to bid in the silent auction, and even lets you buy a gourmet luncheon and dessert. The association will also be selling raffle tickets for several items with winners to be drawn on April 26. You do not need to be present to win.

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