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I always know summer’s nearing an end when it’s time for Antiques in the Park.

It’s one of my favorite antiques shows, just over the Rockland border in Westwood, N.J.

And this Sunday is the date for the 2009 edition.

Here’s the information, as featured on Pat Tita’s Web site — she runs the show (and now, some of the Nyack street fairs) through P.J.’s Promotions:

“Antiques in the Park is held at Veterans Park, Broadway in picturesque Westwood, N.J. (Near Paramus) on Sunday, Aug. 30, 10 to 5 rain or shine.

The show is located off the Garden State Parkway exit 168 North, bear right, straight to show.

Over 70 dealers will be participating at this diversifed show with lots of furniture, silver, estate and costume jewelry, pottery, vintage linens, buttons and clothing, framed prints, Americana, glassware, fine porcelains, trunks, toys, paper items, Primitives, civil war items, Hummels and much more.

Appraisls will be available from 11 to 3.

This is a free admission show.”

I’ve always found it to be a really interesting show, with some lovely booths and some really affordable antiques and collectibles — well worth a trip.

I am looking forward to it. Have you ever been?

If you have any questions, contact Tita through  the site above or call 201-666-1340.

This entry was posted on Monday, August 24th, 2009 at 1:38 pm by Mary Shustack. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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Mary Shustack has been living — and shopping — in this region her whole life. This blog will follow her never-ending search for beautiful things, from home-decorating accents to funky tote bags to quirky collectibles. Come along as she browses through the shops, boutiques, markets and fairs of the Lower Hudson Valley.


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