Annual Schoharie fall festival slated

SCHOHARIE — The antiques in Schoharie’s 43rd annual fall show will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 15 and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Schoharie Valley Railroad Complex, Depot Lane.

The dealers will arrive early on Sept. 15 with antique items to include blanket chests and cupboards, quilts, paintings, toys, sets of chairs, decorated stoneware, spinning equipment, homespun linens and lace, jewelry, silver, glass and china, time pieces and architectural pieces.

The visitors can view the railroad museum which is open free of charge to the show goers. The visitors can also have lunch of homemade chili and soup, sandwiches made to order, and homemade pies. The eating tent is a place for lunch and to rest.

This show is completely run by Schoharie Colonial Heritage volunteers and is one of the largest fundraisers supporting the ongoing activities, especially, the l743 Palatine House, the oldest building in Schoharie County and the Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum.

For more information about Colonial Heritage Association, go Membership is open to all. Call (518) 295-7505 (office) or Ruth Anne Wilkinson, show manager, at (518) 231-7241.