Shared from the 4/21/2017 Antiques and The Arts Weekly eEdition

Scott Antique Markets To Kick Off Ohio Season On April 28–30

WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, OHIO — Fayette County Fairgrounds will host Don Scott’s newest edition of America’s Favorite Treasure Hunt — four shows this spring and summer. Begun in 2016 Scott Antique Markets feature hundreds of exhibitors densely packed into the county fairground’s buildings and lawns. There is food service, free parking and other conveniences.

Conducting this market four times this spring and summer, Scott said, “We are building this venue for the old-fashioned shopping fun, a day at the fairgrounds with the antiques and collectibles, great food services, free parking, easy access from the big Middle America population centers, with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Everything for a great day of fun.”

Shoppers can expect fresh supplies of antiques, art and collectibles for this first show of the season, as many of the dealers will have been gathering their inventories over the winter months. Look for antique home furnishings with a country flair arriving from the Midwest, industrial repurposed décor from Ohio and Michigan and textiles from Pennsylvania dealers. Earthenware from the last 300 years will be available in many styles, too.


Nineteenth Century furniture will be in abundance.


Furniture, small antique accessories and more will be offered.

The dates are April 28–30, June 23–25, August 25–27 and September 29–October 1. Hours are Friday, 9 am to 5 pm; Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm; and Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. While normal admission charge is $3, there is no charge for the April show.

Located about halfway between Cincinnati and Columbus in southeastern Ohio, Fayette County Fairgrounds is easily accessible from US Route 35 at US Route 22 and 62. There are special considerations for first-time exhibiting dealers; call for details at 740-569-2800.

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