Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Antiques shows bring the old anew

Four shows offer antique rocking chairs to cars over Labor Day weekend

Express Staff Writer

Antiques abound this weekend in the Wood River Valley.

Labor Day is a time when of the old is revived and can once again live anew. This year's shows are no different, featuring four antique fairs over Labor Day weekend.

Hailey's Antiques Market will be held at Roberta McKercher Park and Hailey Armory from Friday, Aug. 31, to Monday, Sept. 3. During its 14 years in Hailey, the market has featured more than 100 antique dealers with a large array of well-crafted antiques. Everything from oak furniture and brass beds to Old World rugs and pedal cars will be on-hand for the event. Contact Ali Masters at 788-9292 for more information.

The nexStage Theatre Antiques Show will be held on Main Street in Ketchum from Friday to Monday. Hosted by Bill Summers, the event specializes in pieces from dealers throughout the Northwest.

For details, call Summers at 720-5547.

In Bellevue, antiques will be found from Friday to Monday at the Seventh Annual Labor Day Event at Rebecca's. She fills her barn with textiles, jewelry, furniture, artwork and loads of other treasures. It's the most charming of antiques shows as it's held in the historical old part of Bellevue, at 313 N. Second Ave.

For more information, call 788-2747.

Finally, Hailey's Main Street Antique Show runs Saturday to Monday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The show is located just north of McDonalds on Main Street.

Contact Dana Jo Cameron of Blue Cow Antiques & Appraisals for additional information at 312-4900.

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