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1 Oct 2007
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Champlain Valley Antiques Festival Oct 6 and 7

This coming weekend, both Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7, "antiquers" and "leaf peepers" will descend on the Champlain Valley Expo Center in Essex Junction near Burlington for the annual Champlain Valley Antiques Festival.

It is the largest antique show in Vermont and one of the largest in New England. There will be about 125 dealers and about 30 room displays.

To get an idea of the scope and quality of this show, you can review many photos from the 2005 show on the New England Antiques Show website.

Admission is $8 but you can get a one dollar discount coupon on the Antiquing Vermont website.

(c) 2007 [except the photograph] Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
posted by  grunhaus at  14:55