St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s 22nd annual Antique and Artisan Show and Saturday in Canton
CANTON – The St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s 22nd annual Antique and Artisan Show and Sale will take place Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in McKenney Middle School, 99 State St.
Vendors from St. Lawrence, Franklin, Lewis and Essex counties will offer a wide variety of items.Participating antique dealers will include K&M Jewelry & Collectibles, jewelry & antiques; Willow Creek Chairs, furniture; Decker Hill Antiques, oak furniture; Time On My Hands, antique clocks repair; Thomas Hale, paper memorabilia, advertising items, postcards; Black Cat Antiques, antiques, furniture, odds-n-ends; Antiques and Collectibles, tin toys and lunch boxes; Bargain Center, collectibles; Ice House Antiques, antiques and collectibles; Grasse River Antiques, glass and china; Hope Reilly Country Collectibles, small country accents; Breakable Collectibles, timepieces, glassware, costume jewelry, ephemera; Weatherup's Antiques, old tools, kitchen items, smalls; Buyer's Paradise, antiques and collectibles.
Other vendors will include Christina Adams, jewelry made from recycled glass & sterling silver; Heirlooms, handwoven & handknit fibers, yarn, patterns; Charlie Brown Craft, wooden shelves and toys; Rocky Bottom Crafts & Prints, weaving, quilts, photography; North Fork Gifts, loose-leaf specialty tea, handmade soaps, soy candles; Harvest Herb Company, culinary herbal blends, jam, potpourri; Keller Country, decorative miniature quilts; Funny River Trading, herbal skin care; Silver Bench Jewelry, handmade sterling silver jewelry; Rustick Creations, rustic furniture; 2nd Time Around, recycled felted wool products; Judith Utter Botanical Fine Art, botanical fine art, watercolors, silk scarves, prints, cards; and Revised Editions, book art.
The authors of State University of New York at Potsdam, Jane Subramanian and Virginia Rose Cayey, will be on hand to sign copies of their book of historic photographs from 11 am-1 pm.
Admission is $3. Also planned are a silent auction, a gourmet luncheon and dessert. Chances on the queen size quilt, Radiance, which will be raffled off at the show, will be available.