The Wilton Historical Society and Frank Gaglio’s Barn Star Productions will produce a new one-day show, the Wilton Fall Antiques Market, on Sunday, October 27, at the Wilton High School Field House in Wilton, Connecticut.
Show manager Marilyn Gould produced Wilton shows for years. Gaglio said in a press release, “I remember with great reverence what it meant to exhibit at the Wilton shows, as I had participated myself for over fourteen years. As an exhibitor, having a Wilton show on your schedule meant the opportunity to bring wonderful objects that would be appreciated by sophisticated and adventurous collectors from New England, New York City, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. I always brought my best material to Wilton and seldom brought it home…that is what Wilton was about.”
The inaugural event will present more than 75 exhibitors in walled booth settings. Free parking surrounds the field house, and a café will be available. The show opens with a one-price admission; there’s no early buyer’s fee. Show hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Maine Antique Digest. © 2013 Maine Antique Digest