PAST SHOWS

BATTLE OF HUBBARDTON

07.08.16 to 07.10.16 |9 AM-5 PM

Hubbardton, VT US


CANCELLED EVENT DUE TO INJURY; NO LEFW DISPLAY IN 2016
Battle of Hubbardton

Only battlefield on Vermont soil. Here on July 7, 1777 a successful rear guard action by Col. Seth Warner's Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire troops ended British pursuit under General Fraser and Riedesel. Thus General St. Clair's American Army retreating from Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence was saved to fight again near Bennington and Saratoga. Burgoyne's 1777 drive to divide the colonies first resisted at Hubbardton ended in defeat at Saratoga.
Visit the encampment on the grounds and "shop by" Lady Ellens Fine Ware Sutlery to purchase clothing, 18th c gifts and souvenirs.

RINGWOOD MANOR JULY 4th CELEBRATION

07.04.16 |12 Noon-4 PM

Ringwood, NJ US

Join Ringwood Manor for a Reading on the Declaration of Independence delivered by horseback rider and enjoy a day time Colonial Celebration on the beautiful grounds as well as shopping at Lady Ellens Fine Ware tabletop display.

239th BATTLE BOUND BROOK COMMEMORATION

04.09.16 to 04.10.16 |SAT 10 AM- 5 PM; SUNDAY 10 AM - 4 PM

BOUND BROOK , NJ US

Mark Your Calendars!
Fill your Cartridges. Make Ready.
Please Plan to Join Us.
We shall Engage.

Check this site for more information
as it becomes available.

HOLIDAY STOCKING STUFFER SHOW

11.14.15 |10 AM-3 PM

SPARTA, NJ US

Drop by the Sparta Ambulance Building at 14 Sparta Avenue this weekend to browse a selection of holiday seasonal decorations, antiques, crafts, and small gifts and jewelry at great prices to kick off the Black Friday buying spree in advance!

TEWKSBURY HISTORICAL SOCIETY FLEA MARKET

09.05.15 |8 AM to 3 PM

OLDWICK , NJ US

21ST Annual outdoor Flea Market wit something for everyone, 115 vendors come see us on Rt. 517 for a perfect day of bargain shopping! Lady Ellens Fine Ware is in Space E-23!

MADISON BOUCKVILLE BIG FIELD ANTIQUES SHOW

08.14.15 to 08.16.15 |FRI EARLY BUYERS 8 AM-12N; 12N-5 PM; SAT 8 AM-5 PM; SUN 9 AM-5 PM

Madison-Bouckville, NY US


Rain or Shine come visit 8 Big Top Tents and scores of individual tents showing hundreds of Dealers exhibiting a wide range of merchandise on a big open field. Stop by Colony Farm Antiques Booth G-1 for the BEST prices on the BEST painted and patina Furniture, Stoneware, Quilts, Metalwares and Pot Lids that can't be beat--get there early for best selection!

GRAND ENCAMPMENT F & I

07.16.15 to 07.19.15

Portersville, PA US

We are so excited to bring an event like this to Western Pennsylvania. The location is supremely ideal with its close proximity to Washington's Trail and the rich history our area has to offer. We anticipate over 400 reenactors from all over the country and have over 30 registered craftspeople and merchants - some of the finest juried craftspeople in the country ( a list of same is attached). This event was born out of a love for our history, particularly that of Western PA, and a strong desire to preserve that history. We would sincerely appreciate any help you may be able to lend in order to spread the word about our event.




A little about the event:




The event will focus on the battles that occurred in Western Pennsylvania during 1745-1755. On, Saturday, July 19th, the event will culminate with a 260th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Great Meadows (Fort Necessity), the opening action of the French and Indian War as it was known in North America.

THE BATTLE OF HUBBARTDTON

07.11.15 to 07.12.15 |10 AM- 4 PM

Hubbardton, VT US

Here on the steamy morning of July 7, 1777 the Green Mountain Boys and others stayed behind as a rear guard to slow the advance of the RedCoats so the main American force would have time to retreat. The Americans halted the British in this annual Sunday morning action packed Battle Reernactment, and visitors may wander through campsites and visit Sutlers Row to shop for colonial goods with modern shillings including Lady Ellens Fine Ware variety of clothing and gifts.

JULY 4TH CELEBRATION AT RINGWOOD MANOR

07.04.15 |10 AM to 4 PM

RINGWOOD, NJ US

Join your fellow patriots at the historic Ringwood Manor and Grounds on July 4th for a tour, reading of the Declaration of Independence delivered by horseback, and visit and shop Colonial tents for gift souvenirs.....enjoy a slice of cold watermelon as you stroll about! Lady Ellen will be on site with a variety of Fine Wares for sale--bring your modern shillings!

237TH ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF MONMOUTH

06.20.15 to 06.21.15 |10 AM- 4 PM

MONMOUTH , NJ US

Bring your family to the Battlefield June 20-21, 2015 to travel back into time to the 1770's and watch armies preparing to do battle as the Continental Army heads off approaching British-German-Loyalist forces with live action. Come early for a full day of Living History in the Camps and shop at Sutler Tents for colonials goods of all variety. The weekend is sponsored by the Friends of Monmouth Battlefield, and the NJ Division of Parks and Forestry.

COOK FOREST F&I ENCAMPMENT

06.13.15 to 06.14.15 |SAT 10 AM-6PM SUN 9 AM -4 PM

Cooksburg, PA US

Cook Forest State Park and the Sawmill Center for the Arts will host a series of living history events depicting life during the French & Indian War. Highlights of this full two-day encampment include children’s programs, woodland natives, cannon and musket firing demonstrations, sutler camp, council and trading events, nationally renowned living historians, French & Indian War era artisans, and live tactical engagements. Every battle is different! Take a walk back in time at the Sawmill Center for the Arts to view British, Colonial, French, and American Indian re-enactors as they portray lifestyles of the 18th century.

WATERLOO ANTIQUES FAIR

06.06.15 to 06.07.15 |SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11AM-5 PM

Stanhope, NJ, NJ US

Stanhope, NJ — For many years, the Waterloo Village Antiques Fair, held at historic Waterloo Village, reigned as one of New Jersey’s most popular antiques event. And now, JMK Shows is very pleased to announce they are bringing it back. “As New Jersey’s premier show promoter, I’ve been asked frequently by vendors and antiquers to bring this event back. They’ve all missed it greatly. I listened to them and, after meetings with Waterloo Village, who were also very excited to host this event once again as, The Waterloo Village Antiques Fair will return the first weekend of June," said Allison Kohler, President of JMK Shows.

On Saturday and Sunday, June 6th and 7th, the Waterloo Village Concert Field will be filled with antiques dealers displaying in tents and on the field, offering everything from furniture to collectibles, country, folk art, rugs, jewelry, glass, textiles, pottery, garden, architectural antiques and much more. The antiques exhibitors will surround an assemblage of the finest gourmet food trucks offering incredible cuisine throughout the weekend. And, to round out the festival ambiance, music will play throughout both days.

Steeped in over 400 years of American history, Waterloo Village will once again come alive on June 6th and 7th in a celebration of history through incredible antiques and wonderful food!

Also available throughout both days of the show will be glass restoration by Wade Nulton and appraisals for just $5 per item.

Admission is $8. Hours are Saturday, 10am to 6pm and Sunday, 11am to 5pm.

The Waterloo Village Concert Field is located just past the main gate of Waterloo Village at 1053 Waterloo Road, Stanhope, NJ.


For more information, visit www.jmkshows.com or call (973) 927-2794.

WILTON SPRING ANTIQUES SHOW

04.18.15 to 04.19.15 |SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUNDAY 11 AM-4 PM

Wilton, WV US

The Wilton High School Field House will be filled with a hand selected and exceptional Exhibitor list for the weekend under the successful management of Barn Star Productions. Come shop at Colony Farm Antiques where we'll bring market fresh quilts, country and select polished furniture and pot lids for your purchase pleasures and collections. See you there for best deals!

BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK

04.11.15 to 04.12.15 |10 AM to 4 PM

BOUND BROOK , NJ US

Huzzah!
The 238th “Battle of Bound Brook" commemoration
is on for 2015.

It will be held
April 11-12, 2015.

Mark Your Calendars!
Fill your Cartridges. Make Ready.
Please Plan to join us.
We shall Engage.

THE NEW GUILFORD ANTIQUES SHOW

03.14.15 to 03.15.15 |SAT 1O AM-5 PM; SUN 11 AM-4 PM

GUILFORD, CT US

Welcome to the 46th Anniversary Celebration of the Guilford Antiques Show!

Freshen up your home and collection at the 46th annual Guilford Antiques Show in Connecticut, benefitting the Hyland House Museum. A bright show to awaken your inner collector or decorator, you’ll find much to get you started. From folk art to furniture, jewelry to books, decoys, quilts, samplers, stoneware, clocks, Oriental rugs, nautical antiques and art, fireplace accessories, paintings and decorations will fill the 40 room setting booths offering pieces to enhance your current collection, start a new one, or highlight a new room design in your home. You can stay all day and enjoy a delicious lunch in the show café and take home complimentary reading material from our courtesy table, filled with antiques and collecting publications.

Get out and start collecting at the Guilford Antiques Show!

Located in the Elisabeth Adams School at 233 Church Street in Guilford, CT, you’ll find it easy to get
to from I-95 (take Exit 58 and head 1/2 mile south on Route 77).

LONG VALLEY LADIES AUXIALLRY HOLIDAY SHOPPE

12.06.14 |10 AM to 4 PM

Long Valley, NJ US

Long Valley Ladies Auxiallry proudly presents the 4th Annual Holiday Shoppe at the firehouse, come out to mingle with the locals and visit Santa and Lady Ellen for a wonderful selection of Christmas ornaments, affordable jewelry, soaps, stocking stuffers and gifts galore. Don't miss this ONE-DAY show!!! See you there.

MADISON BOUCKVILLE BIG FIELD ANTIQUE SHOW

08.15.14 to 08.17.14 |8 AM- 5 PM Fri/Sat; Sunday 9AM-5PM

Bouckville, NY USA


Return to the tried and true BIG FIELD original antiques mega shopping experience as Allman Promotions brings the glory back to the original field; stay tuned for more details here from Colony Farm Antiques!

REV WAR DAYS AT OLD RED MILL

08.02.14 to 08.03.14

Clinton, NJ USA


Join us again on the grass knoll overlooking Hunterdon County's picturesque Old Red Mill at Clinton NJ for a rewarding historical quarry building and 19th c town experience in a small village setting and shop at Lady Ellens Fine Wares for exquisite gifts. Lady Ellen will teach English Country Dance basic stepping and Miss Laura will be crafting her organic catnip mice and wool 18th c mitts. Join us for skirmishes, horse dressage, and summer fun!

F&I GRAND ENCAMPMENT

07.17.14 to 07.20.14 |TBA

SAXONBURG, PA USA


This event will be held July 17-20 at the site of Penn's Colony in Saxonburg, Pennsylvania (located very near to Washington's Trail of 1753). The Grand Encampment's focus this year will be on the events of 1753-1754 in Western Pennsylvania. This event will inaugurate another decade of anniversary events commemorating actions of the war. The event will culminate Saturday, July 19th, with a 260th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Great Meadows (Fort Necessity), the opening action of the French and Indian War as it was known in North America

BATTLE OF WYOMING

07.12.14 to 07.13.14 |TBA

Mount Cobb, PA USA

WATCH OUT - WE'RE COMING BACK

A National Event Sponsored by the Continental Line and the British Brigade.

The Battle of Wyoming is returning to the peaceful hills of North Eastern Pennsylvania in July of 2014 at the same pristine site where it was held in 2011.

The 2011 event was the largest gathering of Revolutionary War reenactors in the history of North East Pa and we expect to exceed attendance in 2014

BATTLE OF HUBBARDTON

07.04.14 to 07.06.14 |Sat July 5 9:30 AM-5; Sunday July 6th 8 AM -3 PM

HUBBARDTON , VT USA

Battle of Hubbardton Revolutionary War Weekend


Saturday, July 05, 2014: 9:30 am to Sunday, July 06, 2014: 4:30 pm
The 237th anniversary of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Vermont. Named a 2014 Top Ten Vermont Summer Event by the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce! Activities for all. Reenactors portray soldiers who fought here. Tactical military demonstrations, drilling lessons, guided camp and battlefield tours, camp life activities, Mistress Davenport’s Schoolroom, history scavenger hunt, colonial games, children’s activities, music, and shopping on sutler’s row. Revolutionary War battle maneuvers Sunday morning. Food stand both days. Call 802-273-2282 for details.

BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK

04.12.14 to 04.13.14

Bound Brook, NJ USA


The soldiers and camp followers will be living life in camp much as it would have been in 1777. Visitors may tour the camp, observe camp artifacts and equipment, and see how the troops of the American Revolution, British Crown and American forces, lived and view Camp Food Preparation, Military Training and Drills, Artillery and Small Arms Practice. Members of the reenactor’s units involved in the encampment are dedicated to recreating the history of the American colonial 18th century period through demonstrations, exhibits, lectures, encampments, and interpretations. Equipment used and clothing worn by members is authentic and documented. The men, women, and children who participate volunteer their time to recreate the lives of everyday people struggling for independence during the American Revolution. Members are encouraged to learn 18th century skills and strive for authenticity in their interpretations. Visit Lady Ellens Fine Ware sutlery tent for all your 18th c merchant goods needs, all payment including credit card accepted!

MOHAWK COUNTRY CLUB ANTIQUES & CRAFTS

03.22.14 |9 AM to 3 PM

Sparta, NJ USA

RESECEDULED TO MARCH 22 2014 DUE TO SEVERE SNOWDATE

Festive one day indoor Tabletop Spring gift show featuring handcrafts, select small antiques, silverplate, choice ornaments, jewelry,and highline collectibles as well as luxury women's gifts. Don't miss this perfectly timed show to complete your Spring/Summer shopping from Colony Farm and Lady Ellens! See you there in the Mohawk Room of the Country Club! All major credit cards accepted.

MADISON BOUCKVILLE ANTIQUES FEST

08.16.13 to 08.17.13 |TBA

Madison-Bouckville, NY USA

Madison Bouckville Antique Festival at the original and largest field of Antique Week - The Main Field.




Colony Farm Antiques Booth G-1 has the BEST period furniture and deals, do come see us!
Our dealers offer the best of the best on the largest field in Madison Bouckville. Rain or shine; there are several large tents and many more individual tents to shop. Sit down and enjoy something to eat or drink in our spacious Dining Tent. It's a great place to relax and get out of the sun. The Main Field caps off the last weekend of Antique Week. There is plenty of parking and we offer complimentary shuttles from the parking lot to the field.

















































































"New promoter steps forward for Bouckville antiques show"



"Antique show saved"



"Madison County antique show saved"



"Madison-Bouckville Antiques


show will happen in 2011"




email me


For hotel information check out the


Madison County Tourism website













Free Parking Friday, Saturday, and Sunday





Friday, August 16th


Early Bird - 8am - 1pm $29 per person / $50 per couple


1pm - 5pm Admission $7





Saturday, August 17th


8am - 5pm Admission $7





Sunday, August 18th


8am - 4pm Admission $7






Come to the Madison Bouckville Antique Festival at the original and largest field of Antique Week - The Main Field.





Our dealers offer the best of the best on the largest field in Madison Bouckville. Rain or shine; there are several large tents and many more individual tents to shop. Sit down and enjoy something to eat or drink in our spacious Dining Tent. It's a great place to relax and get out of the sun. The Main Field caps off the last weekend of Antique Week. There is plenty of parking and we offer complimentary shuttles from the parking lot to the field

REV WAR DAYS AT OLD RED MILL

08.03.13 to 08.04.13 |10 AM-4PM

CLINTON, NJ USA

Rev War Weekend at historic Old Red Mill in Clinton, NJ Hunterdon County will come to life with 18th c Living History camps, cook fires, mounted cavalry unit, skirmishes, childrens' activities and blacksmithing demonstrations the weekend of August 3-4th during high summer. Visit Lady Ellen at the Fine Ware tent for purchases of period perfect souvenirs and gifts, herbs, and luxury treats for any colonist as seamstress demonstrations and millinery creation take place. All credit cards accepted.

BATTLE HUBBARDTON

07.05.13 to 07.06.13 |TBA

Hubbardton, VT USA

RINGWOOD MANOR JULY FOURTH CELEBRATION

07.04.13 |1-5 PM

Ringwood, NJ USA

The event features a dramatic delivery and reading of the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the Manor’s porch along with colonial activities and demonstrations. Revolutionary War reenactors from New Jersey Militia- Heard’s Brigade, the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, the Friends of Long Pond Ironworks, and individual reenactors help celebrate the 237th anniversary of American independence and bring the experience to life. Lady Ellens Fine Ware sutlery will be open with unique giftwares for sale.

BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK

04.13.13 to 04.14.13 |TBA

Bound Brook, NJ USA

COLONIAL CHRISTMAS ANNUAL FUNDRAISER EXTRAVANGANZA

12.05.12 to 12.09.12 |TBA

Bedminster, NJ USA

The five day fundraising event features the decorating talents of New Jersey’s most celebrated interior designers, antiques dealers and florists, who transform the rooms with fine period furniture, English boxwood swags, trees decorated with lush fruits and natural elements, and beautiful wreaths and garlands in celebration of the holiday season. The event features Specialty Period Themed Mercantile Holiday General Store shopping, Colonial musicians, re-enactors, performances by carolers, storytelling, historic trades, crafts, costumes, Santa visits and more. DON"T MISS THIS UNIQUE SHOWCASE OF TALENT!



CHARLES DICKENS FEST BYERS CHOICE

09.15.12 to 09.16.12 |9 AM - 5 PM

Chalfont, PA USA

Dickens Celebration
Join us as we transform our workshop into 19th century London for a weekend of British fun, food and entertainment! LADY ELLENS FINE WARE is keeping shop in Fagins' Clothier in St. James Lane with fabulous giftwares, clothing, and jewelry, please come see us! Lady Ellen and Cries of London Missy Laura look forward to greeting you with a warm welcome at the beautiful Byer's Choice facility!

PA COLONIAL ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL

08.31.12 to 09.03.12 |Fri & Mon 10AM-6PM; Weekend 10 AM-8PM

Greensburg, PA USA

Find yourself transported back more than 230 years in an instant! The year is 1776 and more than 500 artisans donning period clothing are peddling their finest wares at the 19th Annual Pennsylvania Arts & Crafts Colonial Festival! With more than 220 booths situated on the Westmoreland Fairgrounds in rural Greensburg, PA, there is truly 'something for everyone!'



The Colonial Festival features exhibitors from 20 states! Browse and shop for unique treasures such as floral designs, embellished clothing, scented candles, stained glass, jewelry, decorative painting on various mediums, functional and decorative wood, pet treats & collars, seasonal home decorations, personalized ornaments, ceramics, flags, gourmet pre-packaged foods, dips & drink mixes, candies, fudge, kettle korn, cinnamon roasted almonds and much, much more!

MADISON BOUCKVILLE ANTIQUES FESTIVAL

08.17.12 to 08.19.12 |FRI 12-5 PM SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUNDAY 9AM-4 PM

Madison Bouckville , NY USA

The Madison Bouckville Antique Festival

is gearing up for the 2012 season and looking forward to the 41st year!
























































"New promoter steps forward for Bouckville antiques show"
"Antique show saved"
"Madison County antique show saved"
"Madison-Bouckville Antiques

show will happen in 2011"
For hotel information check out the

Madison County Tourism website
Excellent! We have been coming to this show for 30 years, we think the changes you made were good. We liked that the dealers were compressed, we liked the mist tent and we liked being able to get a beer with lunch! Change is good - we hope it went well for you!



Tracy L.




Friday, August 17th: 12pm - 5pm

Early Bird $29 per person or $50 per couple



Saturday, August 18th: 9am - 5pm

1 Free Admission with paid parking

Admission $5



Sunday, August 19th: 9am - 4pm

1 Free Admission with paid parking

Admission $5

1777 CAMPAIGN BATTLE ORISKANY AT GELSTON CASTLE

08.04.12 to 08.05.12 |SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUNDAY 10 AM -3 PM

Gelston Castle, Oriskany , NY USA

1777 Campaign in
New York
Saratoga & Oriskany
August 4th & 5th 2012
A Continental Line British Brigade National Event & Battle Weekend Sponsored by the 1st NY McCracken's Co 1777 and the 24th Regt. Of Foot
Regimental Returns : You must be insured through CL, BB, BAR, NWTA, LHA, BVMA Or other Rev War Umbrella or Self insured Carrier.




BATTLE HUBBARDTON

07.07.12 to 07.08.12 |SAT & SUNDAY TBA

Hubbardton, VT USA

Original battle site. Full amenities, 4-8 sutlers, food stand, visitor center, interpretive walks, full 18th century camps, ample parking, both infantry and artillery demonstrations, scripted and unscripted battles.



RINGWOOD MANOR JULY FOURTH CELEBRATION

07.04.12 |1 to 4 PM

Ringwood, NJ USA

Join your fellow citizens on Wednesday July 4th for a colonial celebration of the Reading of the Declaration of Independence at Ringwood Manor at this FREE event to feature English Country Dancing, Free Watermelon, Children's Games, Colonial cooking, Blacksmith, Crafters, Games, and Lady Ellens Fine Ware Sutlery will be open fully stocked with the fienst merchant goods available in the Colony of New Jersey to include the new lien of gourmet foods! Please visit us all! Looking forward to seeing you there under the shade tree.

COLONIAL SPRINGFEST PICNIC

06.03.12 |12 NOON-5 PM

Bedminster, NJ USA

Pack a covered Picnic Basket and lawn chair or blanket, and bring the family to Jacobus Vanderveer Museum Open House on Sunday June 3rd to join an entire cast of historically correct costumed Reenactors plying their skills and trades both outdoors and inside the furnished rooms. Watch Living History programs and talks up close and personal with Lady Ellen, her family, and fellow Reenactors discussing silk gowns, kitchen arts, science and surveying, sewing, and antiques and chair weaving. Program is at no charge but please kindly register on line at link below.

BYERS CHOICE CRAFT SHOW MOTHERS DAY TRADITION

05.12.12 to 05.13.12 |SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM

Chalfont, PA USA


Byers’ Choice® Ltd. Craft Show ~
2012 marks the first year for the Byers’ Choice Craft Show which is expected to become an annual Mother’s Day tradition. The Byers’ Choice Ltd. Craft Show will feature about 85 handcrafters. The crafts will be either traditional crafts, or based on a traditional method or design. The crafts will be selected through a jury process, and demonstrations are actively encouraged. The crafts booths will be indoors, in a large, well-lit expo facility within the Byers’ Choice building.

PITTSBURGH ARTS & CRAFTS SPRING FEVER FESTIVAL

03.16.12 to 03.18.12 |Fri & Sat 10 AM -5 PM; Sunday 10 AM -4 PM

Monroeville, PA USA

Join us for one of the area's biggest Spring arts & crafts festivals at the Monroeville Convention Center! Browse and shop over 180 booths of quality arts & crafts including jewelry, decorative painting, scented candles, embellished clothing, functional and decorative wood, fabric decor, purses, soft sculpture, seasonal floral designs, prints, pet treats & collars, lawn & garden decor and much, much more!!!

Sample delicious pre-packaged foods such as dip mixes, flavored oils, dessert mixes, kettle korn, roasted almonds & nuts, baked goods, candies and fudge!

Acres of free parking!!!

COLONIAL CHRISTMAS AT JACOBUS VANDERVEER HOUSE

11.30.11 to 12.04.11 |TBA

Bedminster, NJ USA

Deck the Halls for the Vanderveer House Colonial Christmas!
From November 30 through December 4th, 2011 the historic Jacobus Vanderveer House opens its wreath-clad doors to an annual fundraising event, featuring the decorating talents of local designers, antiques dealers and florists. The rooms are resplendent with fine period furniture, lovely decorative items and beautiful wreaths and garlands in celebration of the holiday season. The event features boutique shopping, period rooms with festive trimmings, table top Christmas trees, caroling, colonial musicians, a children’s story teller, Santa visits and more.

A unique and memorable holiday experience for all ages

1777 WHITE MARSH ENCAMPMENT

11.05.11 to 11.06.11 |10 AM-4 PM Daily

Fort Washington, PA USA

Come to Hope Lodge and relive the 1777 Whitemarsh Encampment of the Continental Army. See Revolutionary War re-enactors. Visit sutlers with colonial-style and history-related wares. Learn about colonial crafts... and much more. Food will be available. An admission is charged to support the site and the work of the Friends of Hope Lodge. Adults: $6; Seniors (60+) & Youth (6-17): $4; children free; family (per car): $20

JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST NJ

10.08.11 to 10.09.11 |Sat. 10 AM-5 PM; Sun 10 AM-4 PM

Bedminster, NJ USA

Somerset County's Weekend Journey through the Past will be a weekend full of events at the Vanderveer/Knox House & Museum. Open house tours, lectures, crafts, and speakers will be here throughout the weekend.
Please join Lady Ellen, Goodwyfe Michelle, and Farmer Mark as they prepare the 18th c household for Winter on a fine fall day in October churning fresh cream into soft butter, dipping candles for winter lighting, and preparing dried fruits and foods to be used all season long. Try your hand at candle dipping, herb sachet stitchery, and butter churning along with the Reeenactors as you take a Journey to the past in the historic Jacobus Vanderveer House Museum. Come join us!

REVOLUTIONARY WAR REENACTMENT & COLONIAL FESTIVAL

09.24.11 to 09.25.11 |10 AM - 4 PM

Earleville, MD USA

SORRY SETUP CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE/FLOOD RELATED CONDITIONS FOR LADY ELLENS SAFETY. TRAVEL CONDITIONS TREACHEROUS TO PREVIOUSLY SOAKED GROUNDS.

Mount Harmon is hosting a full scale Revolutionary War Re-enactment & Colonial Festival, complete with British & Rebel Encampments, military skirmishes, tactical demonstrations, colonial crafts, manor house tours, food vendors & much more!

PENNSYLVANIA ARTS & CRAFTS COLONIAL FESTIVAL

09.02.11 to 09.05.11 |TBA

Greensburg, PA, USA

Find yourself transported back more than 230 years in an instant!

The year is 1776, and more than 500 artisans donning period clothing are peddling their finest wares at the 18th Annual Pennsylvania Arts & Crafts Colonial Festival. With more than 200 booths situated on the Westmoreland Fairgrounds in rural Greensburg, PA, there truly is 'something for everyone!'


Featuring exhibitors from 19 states, you will find treasures such as floral designs, embellished clothing, candles and scents, stained glass, jewelry, decorative painting on various mediums, functional and decorative wood, seasonal home decorations, personalized ornaments, ceramics, flags, gourmet pre-packaged foods, dips & mixes, jellies & jams, and much, much more!!!


Enjoy the Seton Hill University Pipe Band performing Saturday & Sunday only!!! More festival features include the return of the Kanawha Artillery military encampment, musical performances, and living history demonstrations throughout the weekend! Watch as artisans demonstrate their skills! Be sure to see the chainsaw carving demonstrations!

BATTLE OF NEWTOWN REVOLUTIONARY WAR EVENT

08.27.11 to 08.28.11 |TBA

Elmira, NY USA

SORRY TRAVEL CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IRENE SAFETY FOR LADY ELLEN

Newtown Battlefield State Park sits high on a forested hilltop with a commanding view of the Chemung River Valley below. It is located in the beautiful Southern Tier area of New York State, near Elmira. Full of pristine, quiet, natural beauty, and rich with history going back hundreds of years, the park is an excellent location for anyone searching for any of these things.
In 1779, General George Washington ordered General John Sullivan to gather an army and form an offensive against the Iroquois Nations and their allies. Because of repeated attacks against the white settlers, his orders were to drive the Indians out of the wilderness of New York, to burn their villages and destroy their crops so they could not return. The army was to push its way northward to the shores of Lake Ontario and to capture the British Forts Oswego and Niagara. As the army of about 5,000 soldiers pushed northward from Pennsylvania, they came to this hill and here, on August 29, 1779, near an Indian Village called New Town, they engaged in a battle.

MADISON BOUCKVILLE ANTIQUES SHOW

08.18.11 to 08.21.11 |9 AM to 5 PM Daily

Madison-Bouckville, NY, NY USA

This is New York State's oldest at age 39 years and largest outdoor Antiques Festival and a highlight of the summer season. Antiques vendors set up all week in fields on both sides of Route 20 and more than 30 shops operate year-round in Madison and Bouckville. Come visit Colony Farm Antiques in Booth M-9 on the Big Field just under the large sun signage to find a beautiful arrray of period antiques, vintage goodies, and jewelry at great prices. See you there!

BATTLE OF WYOMING

07.16.11 to 07.17.11 |Sat 9 AM-5 PM Sun 9 AM - 3 PM

Lake Ariel, PA USA

The event schedule is about to be published, note there will be three main battles over the weekend. Saturday at 11:00-12:00 and 2:00-3:00 a reenactors schedule will be sent to your unit commander or contact person as soon as it is complete.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLE OF HUBBARDTON COMMEMORATION

07.09.11 to 07.10.11 |TBA

Hubbardton, VT USA

The Battle of Hubbardton is the only American Revolution battle which took place entirely in Vermont. The date was July 7, 1777. Every year, you can attend the reenactment of the battle on Sunday morning. Around 2 to 300 hundreds reenactors come from New England, New York state and sometimes Canada to spend the week-end there.

KINGSTON MARKET DAY & MILITIA DRILL

06.25.11 to 06.26.11 |Saturday 10 AM-5 Pm Sunday 11 AM-3 PM

Kingston, NY USA

The date coincides with the uptown Kingston crafts fest and farmers market that surrounds the Senate House site. Public and participants can walk from 20th C. market fair into 18th C. market fair as they pass through the gate into the grounds of the Senate House State Historic Site on Front Street (a historic district) in Kingston, virtually a seamless transition from one century to the next. The weekend also happens to be two weeks before the 4th of July, so we thought recollecting the eve of our country's declaration of independence would be in order, thus it will be the year 1776 and while British troops are keeping law and order the local militia is training and the citizenry is abuzz with the news from Philadelphia of Congress' debate over American independence (or not!)

BATTLE OF MONMOUTH

06.18.11 to 06.19.11 |TBA

Monmouth Battlefield State Park, NJ USA

Each year the Friends of Monmouth Battlefield co-sponsors, with the DEP, State of New Jersey, an annual reenactment of the battle. The event is usually held on a weekend towards the end of June, in commemoration of the anniversary of the battle being fought on June 28, 1778. Hundreds of troops encamp at the park and recreate scenarios of the battle over the weekend. There are also numerous presentations and lectures, tours of the camps, and sutler area open to the public. A donation of $8.00 per car is requested to attend.

BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK NEW JERSEY

04.09.11 to 04.10.11 |TBA

Bound Brook, NJ USA

Join us for an exciting and historic weekend April 9 – 10, 2011! The two-day program explores the American Revolutionary War during the timeframe of the Battle of Bound Brook and Middlebrook encampments, 1777 – 1779. Learn about and experience this important period in New Jersey’s and America’s history. Weekend activities include:

18th century Soldiers’ Encampment on the grounds of the Abraham Staats House, 17 von Steuben Lane, South Bound Brook, 08880. Come walk through camp and see what life was like for American and British troops during the time of the American Revolution.
Historic house tours: The Abraham Staats House, with the original structure c. 1740, was home to the Staats family for nearly 200 years and served as the headquarters for George Washington’s “Drillmaster" Baron von Steuben.

COLONIAL CHRISTMAS at JACOBUS VANDEERVEER HOUSE

12.01.10 to 12.05.10 |TBA

Bedminster, NJ USA

Annual festive event features open house at the Jacobus Vanderveer House museum with tours, visiits with Santa, showcased designor period setting rooms, an 18th C Fashion Gallery of Clothing and Ballgowns, boutiques, and caroling. Get into the holiday spirit with a visit and bring friends and family!
Lady Ellens Fine Ware will be exhibiting an "18th c Gallery of Fashions" to showcase the period 1720-1800 from her private collection of gowns never seen before to incude underpinings, ball gowns, Ladies' Redingcote, and Men's Court Silk Suit. She will be present each day wearing a different gown ensemble to greet visitors and answer questions throughout the event, with a tempting array of suitable holiday gifts available for purchase. Visitors will find mica frosted miniature Belsnickels, old fashioned Christmas decorations, fancy tinned and home made fragrant soaps, brass sewing scissors, sheep and plush Colonial Williamsburg toys, candle pairs, and many other limited gifts not to be missed. We look fwd to seeing you there!

WHITEMARSH ENCAMPMENT AT HOPE LODGE

11.06.10 to 11.07.10 |10 AM to 4 PM Daily

Fort Washington, PA, USA



Come to Hope Lodge and relive the 1777 Whitemarsh Encampment of the Continental Army. See Revolutionary War re-enactors. Visit sutlers with colonial-style and history-related wares. Learn about colonial crafts... and much more. Food will be available. An admission is charged to support the site and the work of the Friends of Hope Lodge.

WATERFORD HOMES TOUR & CRAFTS EXHIBIT

10.01.10 to 10.03.10 |10 AM- 5 PM Daily

Waterford, VA USA

THE MARKET AT WASHINGTONBURG

09.10.10 to 09.12.10 |TBA

Carlisle, PA USA

Reenactment of an 18th-century military muster & open-air market. Living-history military units, demonstrators, performers & sutlers. Takes place on the one-mile outdoor interpretive trail, accented by a massive Huey helicopter perched alongside I-81, includes full-scale exhibits from the Revolutionary War era through present. Suitable for biking and walking.

FARMINGTON ANTIQUES WEEKEND

09.04.10 to 09.05.10 |Sat 8 AM-5 PM Sunday 10 AM -5 PM

Farmington, CT, USA


September 4 & 5, 2010 marks the twenty-seventh year of the Farmington Antiques Weekend.

The market is held on the beautiful Farmington Polo Grounds on the second weekend of June and again on Labor Day weekend. Approximately two hundred quality dealers from across the United States and Europe will exhibit outdoors under tents in booths brimming with unique and wonderful merchandise.

Whatever you're looking for, garden ornaments, architectural items, fine or rustic furniture, oil paintings, silver, jewelry, nautical items or fun vintage table linens, chances are you'll find it at Farmington.

THE BATTLE OF NEWTOWN REVOLUTIONARY WAR EVENT

08.28.10 to 08.29.10 |TBA

Elmira, NY USA

Newtown Battlefield State Park sits high on a forested hilltop with a commanding view of the Chemung River Valley below. It is located in the beautiful Southern Tier area of New York State, near Elmira.
Full of pristine, quiet, natural beauty, and rich with history going back hundreds of years, the park is an excellent location for anyone searching for any of these things.

The park is the "home" of the Chemung Valley Living History Center, a group of people who annually present several Living History Re-enactment events.

2010 MADISON BOUCKVILLE OUTDOOR ANTIQUES SHOW

08.20.10 to 08.22.10 |Friday 10 AM-5 PM Early Buying: Sat 7 AM-5PM; Sunday 9 AM-5 PM

Madison-Bouckville, NY USA


Third weekend in August
• Over 1,000 prescreened dealers from across the United States and Canada
• 90 acres of picturesque farmland transformed into a wonderland of antiques and collectibles

BATTLE OF HUBBARDTON REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENCAMPMENT

07.10.10 to 07.11.10 |Sat 9:30AM to 5 PM; Sunday 8 AM to 5 PM

Hubbardton, VT USA

Commemorate the 232nd anniversary of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Vermont. Activities for the whole family. Re-enactors portray the soldiers who fought here. Tactical military demonstrations, drilling lessons, guided camp and battlefield tours, courts martial, camp life activities, Mistress Davenport’s Schoolroom, history scavenger hunt, and colonial games.

232 rd ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION OF BATTLE OF MONMOUTH NJ

06.19.10 to 06.20.10 |10 AM to 5 PM

Manalapan, NJ USA

The reenactment of the Battle of Monmouth is an annual event at the park in late June. Pass pacing sentries, see enlisted men clean their weapons or idle away their time gambling, and watch the women of the army cook, mend, and wash. You may encounter a drum major drilling his musicians or the courtmartial of a rebel. At the parade ground, watch soldiers drill or artillerists fire their cannon. Keep an eye on your children, or the recruiting sergeant may have them drilling with wooden muskets.

ROSE HILL MANOR COLONIAL DAYS

06.05.10 to 06.06.10 |Sat 10 AM-4 PM Sunday 12 N-4 PM

Frederick, MD USA


Discover Frederick’s colonial heritage with living history demonstrations and activities. Enjoy learning about daily life in the 18th century as you visit with tradesmen, Native Americans, soldiers and other pioneers. Make your own candle, learn to write with a quill pen and much more

BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK NJ

04.10.10 to 04.11.10 |Sat 10 AM-5 PM Sunday 10 AM-4 PM

Bound Brook, NJ USA

Join us for an exciting and historic weekend April 10 – 11, 2010! The two-day program explores the American Revolutionary War during the timeframe of the Battle of Bound Brook and Middlebrook encampments, 1777 – 1779. Learn about and experience this important period in New Jersey’s and America’s history.

REENACTOR APPRECIATION WEEKEND (5TH ANNUAL)

03.05.10 to 03.07.10

Gettysburg, PA USA


The 5th annual event will be held on March 5, 6, 7, 2010 and it is quite possibly the first reenactor event of the season. The weekend was created as a means to give a warm thank you to the entire reenacting community as well as provide an opportunity for reenactors and other historical interpreters to get an early start on ordering new uniforms or period dress, refilling supplies, catching up with friends, learning about history and having a great time while doing it. It is a weekend of period dances, lively discussions, workshops, seminars, and shopping with a ladies tea and a gentleman’s cigar and brandy social for both reenactors and the general public thrown in for good measure.

We have an entire community of reenactors who live and breathe history every day. Each era of history, from the Revolutionary War to the present, is represented somewhere at some time by a reenactor who has something to say and teach us all. Through their knowledge of history and their dedication to the historic portrayal of those who lived during each time period we have a means of experiencing times long past.

LIVING HISTORY TRADE FAIR (19TH ANNUAL)

02.06.10 to 02.07.10 |Sat 9 AM -5 PM; Sun 9 AM-3PM

Fremont, OH USA


Sponsored by Smoke & Fire Co., Smiling Fox Forge and Turkey Foot Traders. Held at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds, Ohio route 53 & US 20. Two buildings full of living history! Fine merchants and craftsmen will be selling 18th century and 19th century goods, historical clothing, books, patterns and black powder gun accoutrements. Also planned are special sales and lectures in building 2. Units recruiting new members will have booths and information available.

COLONIAL CHRISTMAS at JACOBUS VANDERVEER HOUSE

12.02.09 to 12.06.09 |10 AM-4 PM

Bedminster, NJ USA

Deck the Halls for the Vanderveer House Colonial Christmas
From December 2-6, 2009 the historic Jacobus Vanderveer House opens its wreath-clad doors to an annual fundraising event, featuring the decorating talents of local designers, antiques dealers and florists. The rooms are resplendent with fine period furniture, lovely decorative items and beautiful wreaths and garlands in celebration of the holiday season. The event features boutique shopping, period rooms with festive trimmings, table top Christmas trees, caroling, colonial musicians, a children’s story teller, Santa visits and more. A unique and memorable holiday experience for all ages!

HOPE LODGE WHITE MARSH ENCAMPMENT

11.07.09 to 11.08.09 |Sat & Sunday 10 AM -4 PM

Fort Washington, PA USA


Experience a tribute to the original 1777 Whitemarsh Encampment and to American and British soldiers of the Revolutionary War! Reenactors, military skirmishes, tactical demonstrations and drills, a field hospital in our 18th century barn, dirt redoubts, colonial crafts, special tours, and much more. Admission charged

THE BURNING OF KINGSTON, NEW YORK

10.16.09 to 10.18.09 |TBA

Kingston, New York State, USA





LADY ELLEN REGRETS CANCELLING HER VENDOR APPEARANCE BASED UPON CONTINUED INCLEMENT UNSEASONABLE WEATHER. PLEASE COME SEE US AT WHITE MARSH, PA IN NOVEMBER. THANK YOU.









The Burning of Kingston

On October 16, 1777, during the British campaigne to control the North (Hudson) River & effectively split the New England Colonies/States from the South, a fleet of 23 ships & 2000 troops were sent North to rondezvous & support General Burgoyne's push South from the Champlain Valley to Albany. After Gentleman Johnny's defeat at Saratoga, the support fleet under General Vaughn stopped at Kingston, then capitol of New York, to punish this "nest of villians" & the badly outnumbered Militia had no choice but to flee as
the Brittish troops burned every building but one in the time allowed them.

Every two years The First Ulster Milita, in cooperation with the City of Kingston, commemorates this event with a major weekend reenactment. Begining Friday evening with a Committee of Safety Meeting, traditionally held at a present day tavern in one of the original stone houses that was burned in the attack, the event moves to the landing of the Birtish troops the next morning & the attack on the Historic Stockade District. Last year (2007) drew one of the largest collection of 18th century wooden boats of any in the Northeast & on Sunday we were able to recreate the persuit of the gunboat galley "Lady Washington" on the Rondout Creek by members of the British fleet with our new vessel, Pettiauger "Mercury", portraying "Lady Washington".

The next Burning of Kingston Reenactment is now official. It is planned to coincide with the Quadricentenial of Henry Hudson's discovery & exploration of the Hudson in 1609.

JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST

10.10.09 to 10.11.09 |Saturday 10 AM-4 PM; Sunday 12 Noon-5 PM

Bedminster, NJ USA

OPEN HOUSE all Weekend at the Vanderveer House - Tours & Lectures & Live Demonstrations
Saturday & Sunday, October 10-11, 2009
Come see the newly expanded Kitchen Wing of the beautiful Vanderveer House and celebrate our wonderful history of this early Dutch farmstead. Plenty of activities, displays, and demonstrations are planned for the Jacobus Vanderveer House Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10 and 11 as part of Somerset County’s “Weekend Journey Through the Past." The Vanderveer House will be open 10-4 Saturday and 12-5 on Sunday.

AUTUMN HOLIDAY BARNFEST SALE

10.03.09 |9 AM to 4 PM

West Milford, NJ USA


Join us once again for the Fall 09 Edition of Autumn Holiday BarnFest where dozens of tempting new and preowned gifts, sale items, and holiday decor will be available for bargain purchases to spoil yourself or family with advance gifts. Here you will find mint in box items, contemporary, vintage, and period antiques, holiday decor, and home baked Land O'Lakes butter pastries and pet treats to snack on and take home after an aggressive day of barn saling in the New Jersey 18th century countryside. Please email privately for address release one week prior to sale date for directions, further info, and update of goodies available from various consignors. Truly something for everyone and our SpringFest was SOLD OUT by days' end so don't miss this chance rain or shine.

PRINCETON FALL ANTIQUES AND FINE ARTS SHOW

09.25.09 to 09.27.09 |Fri 7-10 PM Opening Night Gala Preview; Sat 10 AM-6 PM; Sunday 11 AM- 4 PM

Princeton, New Jersey, USA


Princeton, New Jersey– For the fifth year running the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) will host the Princeton Fall Antiques and Fine Arts Show from September 25-27, 2009. This year, HSP is proud to present excellent programming to support and enhance the incredible quality of its 55 Antiques Show dealers.

THE MARKET AT WASHINGTONBURG

09.18.09 to 09.20.09 |9 AM to 5 PM Daily

Carlisle, PA

A living history event and 18th century marketplace, 9:00am-5:00pm each day at Army Heritage Trail, Army Heritage and Education Center

FARMINGTON ANTIQUES & DESIGN WEEKEND

09.05.09 to 09.06.09 |Saturday 8AM-5 PM; Sunday 10 AM-5PM

Farmington, CT USA


The market is held on the beautiful Farmington Polo Grounds on the second weekend of June and again on Labor Day weekend. Approximately four hundred quality dealers from across the United States and Europe will exhibit outdoors under tents in booths brimming with unique and wonderful merchandise.

Whatever you're looking for, garden ornaments, architectural items, fine or rustic furniture, oil paintings, silver, jewelry, nautical items or fun vintage table linens, chances are you'll find it at Farmington

THE BATTLE OF NEWTOWN, NY 230th Anniversary

08.29.09 to 08.30.09 |TBA

Elmira, NY

Revolutionary War Weekend -- Battle of Newtown

The quiet mountaintop will again erupt with activity as the 230th Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Newtown takes place.

The British Crown forces and their Native allies will again clash with the soldiers of the Continental Army, under the command of General John Sullivan. Participate in a Woods Walk Skirmish when you will be guided through the "wilderness" by armed soldiers. Watch 18th century-style warfare in battle re-enactments on both Saturday, August 29th and Sunday, August 30th. Stroll through Sutler Row and visit 18th century merchants. Wander through the camps and speak with British and American soldiers. Visit the Indian Village and watch demonstrations about the Northeastern Woodland Indian culture.

Check out the Rev War Event page for more information. (Coming Soon.)

Madison-Bouckville Outdoor Antiques Show

08.14.09 to 08.16.09 |Friday Early Bird Buying 10 AM-5PM; Saturday 7AM-5PM; Sunday 9AM-5PM

Madison-Bouckville, NY USA

• Third weekend in August
• Over 1,000 prescreened dealers from across the United States and Canada
• 90 acres of picturesque farmland transformed into a wonderland of antiques and collectibles
• Discover, admire, buy, swap
• Plentiful free parking on the show grounds, with handicapped parking spaces available
• Colorful trolleys pulled by antique tractors take you from your car to the show gate
• Free map of show grounds
• Four on-site ATMs for your convenience – three at the main food service tents and one at the south gate
• Porters available to take your purchases directly to your car
• Worldwide shipping service available
• Delicious food and beverages at numerous concession stands
• Held rain or shine


Quality, variety, efficiency continue to make this one of the most popular antiques shows in the East!

BATTLE OF HUBBARDTON

07.11.09 to 07.12.09 |Saturday10:30AM-7PM; Sunday 8 AM-2:15PM

Hubbardton, Vermont, USA

This original site will host reenactors for a great Revolutionary War memorial event. Camps will open on Saturday at 10:30 am and close at 7:00 pm with all manner of camp life, craft and military demonstrations, 2:00 pm artillery demonstration, 3:00 pm tactical demonstration and 6:30 pm memorial service. Merchants selling period and nostalgic wares will be on site as well as food concessions and many historical displays in the visitor center museum.

A Sunday recreation of the battle is planned for 8:00 am to 10:00 am with a smaller demonstration at 12:30 pm for late arrivals. Camps will close by 2:15 pm on Sunday. A $5.00 admissions fee will be charged. Voted a "Top Ten Summer Event" by the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce in 1994.

THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR

06.27.09 to 06.28.09 |TBA

Fort Ticonderoga, New York, NY USA

The Grand Encampment of the French and Indian War assembles here, on the grounds of that conflict's greatest North American battle, thousands of period reenactors depicting Colonial American, British, French and Native American forces – in numbers approaching those present here in 1758 during the Battle of Carillon fought on the Fort grounds. Highlights of the weekend include authentically recreated military camps, merchant "sutlers" selling 18-thcentury styled wares, and daily military demonstrations.

ETHAN ALLEN COLONIAL FAIR DAYS

06.20.09 to 06.21.09 |Sat & Sun 10AM-5PM

Bennington, VT USA

The Ethan Allen Colonial Fair will bring together historical societies, places, and crafts to create a family atmosphere and experience. Exhibitions and demonstrations will entertain children of all ages. Period song and dance, musical instruments, games, and farm and home crafts will be presented.

The 25th Continental Regiment will be encamped on the grounds for the weekend and will present a two-day battle.

Walking and driving tours will be available. The Bennington Monument and Old First Church will be open.

The stories of Mathew Lyon, Anthony Haswell, and the Alien and Sedition Acts will be told

FARMINGTON ANTIQUES & DESIGN WEEKEND

06.14.09 to 06.15.09 |Sat 8AM-5PM: Sunday 10AM-5PM

Farmington, CT USA


The market is held on the beautiful Farmington Polo Grounds on the second weekend of June and again on Labor Day weekend. Approximately four hundred quality dealers from across the United States and Europe will exhibit outdoors under tents in booths brimming with unique and wonderful merchandise.

Whatever you're looking for, garden ornaments, architectural items, fine or rustic furniture, oil paintings, silver, jewelry, nautical items or fun vintage table linens, chances are you'll find it at Farmington

COUNTRY BARN SALE

06.06.09 to 06.07.09 |TBA

West Milford, NJ

Fabulous, Multi-Generational Country Barn Sale held on 18th c Homestead of Estate and quality Household Goods to Include Kitchenwares, Linens & Bedding, Antiques, Holiday Decor, Books, Costume Jewelry, Select Clothing, Small Furniture, and many Surprises, all priced to sell starting at 25 cents! Something for everyone! Country Refreshments available for purchase. No Early Bird Buyers, please.

THE REDCOATS ARE COMING!

05.16.09 to 05.17.09

Jerusalem Mills, Kingsville, MD

The 2009 RedCoats are Coming encampment and battle enactment promises to be FoJM's grandest event ever. With an anticipated 1500 participants this national British Brigade and Continental Line supported event offers more excitement, more activities and more fun!

This event will be held in and around Historic Jerusalem Mill Village, located in the Gunpowder Falls State Park in Kingsville, Maryland. Jerusalem Mill Village is a rural area only minutes from I-95, along the banks of the scenic Little Gunpowder Falls

DOYLESTOWN ANNUAL FOLK FEST

05.09.09 to 05.10.09 |Saturday 10 AM -5PM; Sunday 10 AM -5PM

Doylestown, PA

Save the Date!

Mercer Museum Folk Fest
May 9-10, 2009
Mother's Day weekend

36th Year of Nationally Acclaimed Festival of Early American Crafts, with Entertainment for all ages, Craft Demonstrations, Children's activities, Shopping in Tents, Explore the amazing Mercer Museum Castle, Revolutionary War Encampment, and Picnic Foods!

THE BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK: Washington's Army at Middlebrook

04.18.09 to 04.19.09 |Saturday 9 AM-5 PM; Sunday 9 AM-4PM

Abraham Staats House, South Bound Brook, NJ USA

Living History at the Abraham Staats House
This two-day program explores the American Revolutionary War during the time of the Middlebrook Encampments of 1777 – 1779. Learn about and experience this important moment in American history. Experience Living History and Learn about the American War for Independence! Featured speakers include author Arthur S. Lefkowitz. 18th Century Soldier’s Encampment, Ceremony at Old Stone Bridge, Colonial Crafts, Pasta Dinner, Pancake Buffet Breakfast, Historic House tours and More!


HISTORIC WINTER MARKET

03.09.09 to 03.10.09 |To Be Announced

Frederick, MD

The Historic Winter Market is a traditional Colonial Market Fair with many of the finest artisans working today, offering merchandise spanning the period in our country's history from 1700 to 1900.

Gunsmiths, book-sellers, leather workers, graphic artists, horners, blacksmiths, sellers of accoutrements, jewelry, period clothing and more, each displaying a dazzling array of merchandise guaranteed to chase away the winter blahs!

Annual Reenactment Washington Crossing the Delaware

12.14.08 |10 AM to 4 PM

Washington Crossing State Park, McKonkey Ferry Inn, PA


Over 100 re-enactors and demonstrators fill the Park on this exciting day. Experience open-hearth cooking, historic demonstrations, sutlers and more at this great event. The Crossing occurs around 1:00 p.m. River Crossings are contingent upon safe conditions for participants

Jacobus Vanderveer Colonial Christmas

12.05.08 to 12.07.08 |10 AM to 4 PM Daily

Bedminster, NJ

Colonial Christmas comes to the Historic Vanderveer House
Celebrated interior and floral designers decorate the house in trimmings of the times for a festive and beautiful look into Christmas’ past. Rooms throughout the Vanderveer House will be decorated with period Christmas furnishings and greens.

Shopping boutiques, colonial musicians, and christmas caroling, all add up to an exciting holiday visit. Refreshments will be served.

WHITE MARSH HOPE LODGE ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT

11.01.08 to 11.02.08

Ambler, PA


Experience a tribute to the original 1777 Whitemarsh Encampment and to American and British soldiers of the Revolutionary War! Reenactors, military skirmishes, tactical demonstrations and drills, a field hospital in our 18th century barn, dirt redoubts, colonial crafts, special tours, and much more. Admission charged

OKTOBERFEST at Schifferstadt Museum

10.18.08 to 10.19.08 |Saturday: 10 AM-5 PM Sunday: Noon-5 PM

Frederick, MD


Oktoberfest at Schifferstadt
This traditional eating, drinking and dancing festival takes place the third full weekend of October each year, rain or shine. It features a beer tent, German food (wurst from the purveyor to the German Embassy), oompah band, German cultural activities, juried crafts, colonial living history demonstrators and children’s fun. Admission is $3.00 to the Oktoberfest grounds. Tours of the Schifferstadt Architectural Museum are $3.00 (12 and under free) and include special hearth cooking demonstrations.

Germantown Oktoberfest

10.04.08 |11 AM to 8 PM

Germantown, MD


Save the Date… Come Celebrate the
26th Anniversary of Germantown Oktoberfest!
This year marks the 26th Anniversary of the Annual Germantown Oktoberfest! Oktoberfest is Montgomery County Maryland’s flagship Upcounty event at which people from all over come together to celebrate our community and heritage. Germantown Oktoberfest offers a wonderful, fun-filled day of live music and performances, delicious food, kids’ games & inflatables, exhibits by local crafters and businesses, the ever-famous Germantown Oktoberfest Biergarten, and a spectacular display of fireworks to end a perfect day!

When you come celebrate at Oktoberfest, you also support your community. Germantown Oktoberfest is a non-profit event from which proceeds are donated to local charity that has successfully worked to improve the lives of those living in our area. Oktoberfest also provides a venue for local non-profits to showcase their commitment of service to our community. Mark your calendar for Saturday October 4 and come have fun while helping us to help our community!

COLONIAL FAIRE - WAYSIDE INN & SUDBURY MILITIA

09.27.08

Sudbury, MA


Join us on September 27, 2008 for another Colonial Faire and Muster of Fyfe and Drums. Check back as more information becomes available.

JERUSALEM MILL VILLAGE - THE REDCOATS ARE COMING!

09.20.08 to 09.21.08 |10 AM to 4 PM Saturday - 10:30 AM to 3 PM Sunday

GUNPOWDER FALLS STATE PARK - KINGSVILLE, MD

Revolutionary War Re-enactors representing NINE British and FOURTEEN Continental Units will be participating in various demonstrations and FIFTEEN Sutlers will be displaying their wares for your shopping pleasure.

THE COUNTRY LIVING FAIR

09.12.08 to 09.14.08 |10 AM to 5 PM Each Day

Ohio Village, Columbus, Ohio

The Country Living Fair

September 12-13-14, 2008
The pages of Country Living Magazine come to life!
A Fun, Folksy & Fabulous Show & Sale of Folk Art, Antiques, "Made in America" Crafts, Art, Furniture, Home Decor & More.
Meet the editors of Country Living Magazine Plus Free Seminars & How-to's, Artisan Demonstrations, Harvest & Gourmet Market, Childrens' Activities & Fall Festivities.

Ohio Village - Columbus, OHIO
A charming 19th century village conveniently located just off I-71!

Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Rain or Shine!

Weekend Pass $20 Children Free!
1 year subscription to Country Living Magazine just $5 when purchased with admission to the fair!

Call 1-866-500-FAIR for info
Presented by County Living Magazine, the Fair offers visitors the opportunity to fully experience the "Country Living" lifestyle.
Shop the many stylish exhibits of country antiques, Americana,rustic furniture, folk art and more. Browse through a selection of the finest craftsmen and artisans. Explore the harvest market, take home design and décor ideas with special exhibitors showing fine restoration services and products. The whole family can enjoy activities and demonstrations plus good time country folk music.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENCAMPMENT

09.06.08 to 09.07.08 |9 AM to 5 PM

Fort Ticonderoga, NY

The annual fall encampment features period reenactors depicting British and Continental forces representing both sides of the contest for American Independence.

Highlights of the weekend include authentic military camps, merchant "sutlers" selling period wares, and daily military demonstrations.


FARMINGTON COUNTRY ANTIQUES SHOW

08.30.08 to 08.31.08

Farmington, CT


The market is held on the beautiful Farmington Polo Grounds on the second weekend of June and again on Labor Day weekend. Approximately four hundred quality dealers from across the United States and Europe will exhibit outdoors under tents in booths brimming with unique and wonderful merchandise.

MADISON-BOUCKVILLE ANTIQUE SHOW

08.15.08 to 08.17.08

Madison-Bouckville, , NY


Third weekend in August
• Over 1,000 prescreened dealers from across the United States and Canada
• 90 acres of picturesque farmland transformed into a wonderland of antiques and collectibles
• Discover, admire, buy, swap

FARMINGTON COUNTRY ANTIQUES SHOW

06.14.08 to 06.15.08

Farmington, CT


The market is held on the beautiful Farmington Polo Grounds on the second weekend of June and again on Labor Day weekend. Approximately four hundred quality dealers from across the United States and Europe will exhibit outdoors under tents in booths brimming with unique and wonderful merchandise.

SCHIFFERSTADT COLONIAL DAYS

05.31.08 to 06.01.08

Frederick, MD


Colonial Days: Living History Event, May 31-June 1, 2008. 10:00 AM -4:00 PM both days. Demonstrations of 18th Century lifestyles, trades, crafts and skills come alive at Schifferstadt. FREE

MERCER MUSEUM FOLK FEST

05.10.08 to 05.11.08

Doylestown, PA

Traditional artisans make the skills and trades of early America come to life. Enjoy a fun-filled day for the entire family, with all-day live entertainment, costumed craft demonstrations, militia encampment, quilt raffle, shopping, picnic foods and more. More than 80 crafters come from 9 states to participate.

ABRAHAM STAATS HOMESTEAD ENCAMPMENT --- Battle of Bound Brook

04.12.08 to 04.13.08 |Apr 12: 9AM - 5PM Apr 13: 9AM - 4PM

Bound Brook, NJ

A Crossroads Celebration ~
Battle of Bound Brook: The Encampments at Middlebrook
Living History Weekend at the Abraham Staats House
April 12th & 13th, 2008

ANNUAL BLACK POWDER REENACTORS TAG SALE/SWAP MEET

03.29.08

Lebanon, CT

The Governor Jonathan Trumbull House

HISTORIC WINTER MARKET

03.01.08 to 03.02.08

Frederick, MD