The weekend of September 21st and 22nd is a great time to plan a trip to Schoharie County. Steeped in history, the Schoharie Valley Railroad Complex will once again be the site of our 43rd annual ANTIQUES IN SCHOHARIE. The dealers will arrive early on Saturday laden with antique treasures! You’ll find everything from blanket chests and cupboards to quilts, paintings, toys, sets of chairs, decorated stoneware, spinning equipment, homespun linens and lace, jewelry, silver, glass and china, time pieces, architectural pieces, and everything in between. Visitors can view the railroad museum which is open to show goers free of charge. There will also be a special exhibit with demonstrations and sales from the Stony Creek Quilts and Wovens. Visitors can also enjoy our country lunch of homemade chili, sausage sandwiches and hot dogs, as well as sandwiches made to order, topped off with our famous homemade pies. The eating tent is a perfect place to enjoy lunch and have a rest before heading out again to view more antiques
This show is completely run by Schoharie Colonial Heritage Volunteers and is one of our largest fund raisers supporting our ongoing activities, especially, the l743 Palatine House–the oldest building in Schoharie County and the Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum. For more information about Colonial Heritage Association, go to SchoharieHeriage.org. Membership is open to all! Call 518-295-7505 (office) or Show Manager Ruth Anne Wilkinson at 518-231-7241.