Art & Antiques show attracts dealers from around the region
Honesdale. Sponsored by the Women's Club of Honesdale, this weekend's event offers shopping, artists' demonstrations, music, and homemade pie.

The Women’s Club of Honesdale will hold its 57th annual Art & Antiques show and sale on the weekend of July 13 and 14, at the Wayne Highlands Middle School, 482 Grove St., Honesdale.
A wide array of antiques dealers will be selling jewelry, silver, linens, cut glass, primitives, fine porcelain, pottery, furniture, and all kinds of collectibles.
Many dealers who attended in previous years will be returning. Regional artisans will be selling and demonstrating their work.
Artists include:
Stephanie Marquette of West Wind Jewelry — Hand-crafted jewelry with semi-precious gemstones
Barbara Carpinito — Nature photography
Ron Orlando — Wildlife paintings
Gregory Pelly — Plein air paintings of Pennsylvania
Joy Warner — Rock painting
Christine Bachtel of the Spirit of Gentleness Farm — Wool products
Valarie Lewis — Wired and fired jewelry
Tracy Meckes of One Womans Junk
Joeann Knehr — Stained glass
Lynne Doynow — Art kits based on her work for children and adults
Music, demos, food
Lyle Turner will be entertain with his player piano on Saturday. Bob Wilson and the Farmers Daughters and Friends will be performing at the entrance from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
On both days Harry DeVries will be working at his caning and rushing. Hillary Anthony of Main Avenue Books in Hawley will provide information on rebinding old books.
Again this year, Maggie Winchester of Winchester Auction in South Sterling, Pa., will be providing her appraisal services, with a limit five items at $5 per item.
There will also be a silent auction held on both days.
There will be slices of homemade pie available to purchase along with sandwich platters, quiche, hot dogs, and assorted beverages.
All proceeds from the event will support the club’s scholarship program for local high school seniors and donated back to the community to local organizations.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $6.
For more information and a complete listing of vendors, visit or call 570 224-6240.