The Yellow Garage has had the fortunate opportunity of sponsoring the June Festival of Antiques at the Gloucester County 4-H Fairgrounds for 15 years. The June 2020 event was postponed to October 2020 due to COVID-19, and the rescheduled Festival was well received by dealers and attendees alike.
Following this year’s annual June show, “Everyone suggested that we should have a second show this October as well,” shop co-owner and show promoter Heidi Caccicarne said. Thus we have succumbed to peer pressure, and scheduled this year’s Fall Festival.
The Fall Festival of Antiques at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Mullica Hill will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Set-up under pavilion cover and on the lawn at the Gloucester County 4-H Fairgrounds — 275 Bridgeton Pike (Rt. 77) — the show will feature quality antiques dealers from throughout the Northeast.
Dealers specializing in antique country and formal furniture, pottery, fine art, glass, stoneware, textiles, quilts, dolls, Americana, jewelry, clocks, porcelain, sterling, toys, advertising, metal-ware and much more will be on hand. Unlimited free parking and vendor refreshments will be available throughout the day, and talks have been undertaken with local wine and craft beer vendors for a possible tasting experience as well.
Visitors can also shop and enjoy The Yellow Garage Antiques storefront, as well as other antiques and specialty shops on historic Main Street in Mullica Hill, which is located just one mile north of the 4-H Fairgrounds.
Tickets are available on Ticketleap.com or at the gate. The Festival will take place rain or shine, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Harrison Township Historical Society.
Attendees are encouraged to donate non-perishable unexpired food items for the local food pantry, Your Place At The Table (Y.P.A.T.T.). There will be drop-off locations at both the 4-H Fairgrounds and The Yellow Garage Antiques.
Interested show dealers should visit www.yellowgarageantiques.com or call (856) 478-0300 for additional details.
All COVID-19 safety precautions will be followed in accordance with CDC, state, and local authority mandates, and should be adhered to by all who attend.