Nolensville Historical Society Hosts Antique, Collectible & Garden Show

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Historic Nolensville will host the 2nd Annual Antiques, Collectibles & Garden Show March 30-April 1. Events will begin on Thursday evening with a preview party followed by two days of the show.

The show is hosted by the Nolensville Historical Society located at the Nolensville Historic School, 7248 Nolensville Road, Nolensville.

Throughout the weekend event, you can have items appraised as well as attend presentations about home decorating and gardening for just $5. During the weekend, local food trucks will be on hand.  See a complete listing below of activities.

Preview Party – Thursday, March 30, 5 – 8 pm Ticket holders for the Preview Party will enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, delicious foods from local caterers and food entrepreneurs and a silent auction. Both will be located in the Historic School’s cafeteria which will be elegantly decorated, revealing how the rental venue may be utilized. A Thursday Evening Preview Party ticket will allow entrance into the show prior to all other guests. With many of the booths featuring one-of-a-kind items, early entrance assures prime shopping. Preview Party ticket holders may return to the show both Friday and Saturday at no additional fee. Ticket price is $10.

Antiques, Collectibles, and Garden Show – Friday, March 31, 10 am to 6 pm; Saturday, April 1, 10 am to 4 pm – This year’s show features booths both inside and outside the Historic School, Pop-Up Presentations, and Food Trucks. Entry fee to the inside booths is $2.00 each day.

Antique Appraisals by Kirsten Smolensky of Minerva Appraisals, LLC – Friday, March 31, 10 -11:30 am.  As a certified Member of the International Society of Appraisers, Kirsten is qualified to appraise your antiques, collectibles, fine art, silver, silver plate, decorative accessories, furniture, glassware, china, ceramics, paintings, lithographs, drawings, sculpture, figurines, general household goods, rugs, baskets, Asian, American, English, and Continental European items.

Appraisal sessions are limited. Those with pre-purchased tickets will be served first. Those purchasing tickets at the door will be served as time permits. Appraisal fee is $10.

Pop-Up Presentations are a newly added feature to the show this year. See the complete schedule of presentations below.
Friday, March 31  1:00 pm – “Incorporating Wildflowers and Native Plants into Your Home Landscape” – Monte Arnold
Friday, March 31  2:15 pm – “From Trash to Treasure” – Stacey Harris Fish
Saturday, April 1  10:00 am- “Seeing Tennessee From the Slow Roads” – Jerry Park
Saturday, April 1  1:00 pm – “Chalk Painting 101” – Stacey Harris Fish
Saturday, April 1 @2:15 pm – “Honey Bees…how they function and their role in our environment” – Gene Armstrong

For more information, vist the Historic Nolensville Facebook page.

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