The 23rd Annual Larchmont Antiques and Collectibles Show will run March 11 - 12 at Mamaroneck High School. “Buy a piece of the past...for the future” is the motto of this long-running Westchester antiques show, where antique and collectible items are sold to help benefit the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation, a non-profit organization that awards grants to enhance education in the Larchmont-Mamaroneck public school district.
The show will run Saturday, March 11 (10:00 am to 5:00 pm) and Sunday, March 12 (10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Mamaroneck High School’s Post Road gym, 1000 Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck.
The gym will be converted to a bustling marketplace featuring more than 45 antique and collectible dealers selling thousands of fun and affordable items, including vintage furniture, clothing, and decorative accessories, maps and prints, estate and costume jewelry, pottery, lighting, tobacciana, 50s toys and collectibles, and much more.
This year, for the first time, there will be a booth offering vintage advertising material. And the mid-century modern dealer will be returning with more stylish pieces.
Food will be available all day, including treats, hot dogs, and the event’s signature chili, which will be prepared by Mamaroneck High School culinary students again this year. A grant, provided by the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation, assisted in the creation of this new culinary career pathway at the high school.
Admission is $8, parking is free and plentiful, and proceeds will benefit thousands of students across all six schools. For more information about the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation’s work for the past twenty years, visit their website at www.mamaroneckschoolsfoundation.org.
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