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Asheville Antiques Fair Benefits Lunsford Archives
The Bascom Lamar Lunsford Folk Music Collection in the Southern Appalachian Archives at Mars Hill College will be a beneficiary of the 66th annual Asheville Antiques Fair, to be held November 2-4 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Since 1946, the Vetust Study Club of Asheville, North Carolina has hosted the nationally-known Asheville Antiques Fair to raise money for area organizations and foundations in need. For 66 years the Vetust Study Club has remained steadfast in its commitment to support the conservation, preservation and restoration of unique historical and cultural landmarks. As non-profits Vetust and the Asheville Antiques Fair have contributed over $500,000 to various projects. The Asheville Antiques Fair is considered to be among the oldest antique shows in the Southeast, bringing in select antique dealers from all over the East coast. These exhibitors will bring together examples of period furniture, fine art, prints, ceramics, silver and jewelry which are for sale to attendees from over thirty states.
Admission to the fair is $10 (ticket covers all three days). For more information, go to ashevilleantiquesfair.com.