PRLog (Press Release)
- Jun. 16, 2012 -
This antique show is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Eagle River. This show is the longest running antique show in the Northwood’s and the ONLY antique show up North entirely benefiting a service club’s community projects. All the proceeds from this show, including all the fees collected at the door, are used by the Rotary Club for their special community projects. The Club yearly sponsors a scholarship for a graduating senior at Northland Pines HS, sends 2 girls annually to Badger Girls State, supports the local Cranberry Fest, Klondike Days and sponsors a “Warm the Children” winter project. The Rotary also supports an ongoing Youth Exchange Program and holds a wine tasting event as another fund raiser in addition to the Antique Show and Sale.
Exhibitors for the show are professional antiques dealers from the Northern Wisconsin Antique Dealers Association along with select guest dealers. The Rotary Club and NWADA work very hard every year to provide a unique and quality antiques show that has become a successful, anticipated summer event! Top quality antique dealers from all over Wisconsin will be bringing their best antiques……including many items they have saved special just for this show.
An excellent selection of antique furniture in a wide variety of woods and styles will be available. You can also expect to find fine antique and vintage costume jewelry; sterling silver flatware and hollowware; brass and copper; ironstone; art pottery; elegant, depression & kitchen glassware; kitchen collectibles;
decorative lodge-look items; sports items; decoys; art; children’s toys & collectibles;
vintage textiles; art glass; and small primitives at this show. There is something for everyone in every price range!
Mark your calendar now! Come out and help us celebrate our 52nd year……the Rotary Club is a wonderful community organization and is deserving of our support and appreciation!
A lot of good things happen in Eagle River every year thanks to this fine organization, but none of this can happen without public support.
The show also has free parking and GOOD FOOD will be available for purchase provided by the Northern Access Special Olympics. For questions or additional information call (920)533-8731.