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Annual Oxford Antique Show and Sale
November 9 @ 12:00 am - November 10 @ 12:00 am
The 52nd Annual Oxford Antique Show and Sale is taking place at the Oxford Firehouse on Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10 hosted by the Oxford Fire Co. Auxiliary. The show coincides with the Waterfowl Festival in Easton and the Oxford Community Center’s Model Boat Show on Saturday.
This year, veteran show promoter Dottie Sommerville has cultivated a collection of more than 25 regional antique dealers – offering china, art, furniture, and jewelry among many other beautiful pieces – which will take over both truck bays as well as the main hall making this one of the largest shows in recent years. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 10. Admission is $5 per person.
The show has once again confirmed Todd Peenstra to do free on-site appraisals Saturday and Sunday (admission charge to the show is required). Individuals may bring two items that can be carried or by picture for appraisal. Call 410-226-1129 to book an appraisal appointment. Written appraisals will not be provided, and items purchased at the show will not be subject to appraisal.
The firehouse is well-known for some of the best cooks and bakers in town. While shopping, stay for their famous crab cakes and delicious cakes and pies for lunch, then pick up some beautiful holiday crafts, and don’t leave without taking a chance in the raffle to win a handmade Japanese teapot by Fong Choo.
All proceeds from admissions, food sales, and auxiliary-made crafts and raffle directly supports the all-volunteer fire and rescue company in maintaining their life-saving training and equipment.
Auxiliary members are a hard-working and dedicated volunteer group of men and women who are proud to be an integral part of the Oxford Fire and Rescue Company and the community of Oxford. The goal of the Auxiliary is to support the work of the fire company through activities such as providing canteen on active fire scenes and raising money to help pay for apparatus, equipment, and training. To learn more, follow the Oxford Fire Co. and the Oxford Fire Company Auxiliary on Facebook.