ANTIQUE SHOW, GARDEN TOUR, AND CHALK PAINT CLASSES IN BURLINGTON CITY

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      Mark Sunday, May 19th, on your calendar for the 10th bi-annual Historic Burlington  Antiques and Art Emporium’s spring Antique And Garden Show from 11am to 5pm. The parking lot will be filled with dealers, while the Emporium dealers inside will assist customers and answerer questions about their antiques and collectibles. The courtyard will be filled with plants and items to compliment your garden or patio. Once again, Auctioneer Christopher Doerner and his wife Elaine of 21 St. Century Antiques will evaluate your family treasures for a $5. donation to a charity, to be determined (limit three items). If Christopher’s services are required, go to auctionzip.com, enter ID#1049 or phone 609-877-6843. Emporium’s greeter at the front door will give out evaluation numbers starting at 12:30pm and ending at 2:30pm. The Emporium dealers for the month of May, will fill the display case with items associated with flowers and gardening.

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    Other events at the Emporium in May, includes  a chalk paint demonstration on Thursday May 2, from 5:30pm-7pm. Please call 609-747-8333 to reserve  a spot. On May 23, Emporium dealer Stephanie Granit will hold a chalk paint class from 5:30pm-7pm. Please check the Historic Burlington Antiques And Art Emporium’s events tab for cost and more information about this event. Also on May 18 , the City of Burlington will host their annual Home and Garden Tour. Tickets may be purchased at the Emporium in May for $20. ($25. day of the tour), during business hours. Seventeen sites are on the tour this year. The tour will run 1pm to 5pm on May 18, with the rain date May 19.

     The Historic  Burlington Antiques and Art Emporium is located at 424 High St. Burlington City, N.J., opened seven days a week (Thursday until 7pm) for your convenience. Please join the Emporium dealers on May 19,  for our Customer Appreciation Day. The coffee pot will be on and all the finger food will be provided by the fantastic Emporium bakers and local establishments.

      As always “Happy Antiquing”.