Antique Appraisals March 22 at Unity Hall
BARNEVELD — Those with treasures at home that they have been hanging onto for years can find out if they are valuable at Unity Hall’s Antique Appraisal event at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 22.
After a brief talk, John Secor, owner of Back of the Barn Antiques in Remsen, will be doing appraisals for attendees. The event will be held at Unity Hall, 101 Vanderkemp Ave.
There is no charge for admission nor a fee for the appraisals. However, Secor asks that attendees limit the number of antiques to be appraised to three items per person.
This community event is sponsored by the Unity Hall Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1995 to maintain the 1896 Hall as a center for the arts and community activities in Barneveld. Information about this and other Unity Hall events is available online at www.unityhall.com, and Facebook/HistoricUnityHall.
Nick Piccininni performs Friday
Unity Hall screens ‘The Allman Brothers Band: Live at the Beacon Theatre’ Tuesday
Adirondack Storytelling Festival Sunday
‘Wilderness Songs’ exhibit opens Saturday in Old Forge
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- 4:00pm 07/18/18Adirondack Storytelling Festival Sunday
- 4:00pm 07/18/18‘Wilderness Songs’ exhibit opens Saturday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Historian presents ‘The Fulton Chain’ book Tuesday
- 4:00pm 07/18/18New repair shop activity opens at Utica Children’s Museum
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Kirkland Art Center offers camp, classes for kids
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Children’s reading, illustration seminar Thursday with Doug Salati at Oneida library
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Writing, publishing and marketing seminar Friday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Historical Society meets July 24