Published: April 13, 2021
BOUCKVILLE, N.Y. — Coming back to life is New York State’s destination for antiques, Madison Bouckville with the Spring Show Weekend, Friday through Sunday, June 4-6. Leading with the Cider House Showfield and Out Front Field, together holding court for more than several hundred exhibiting dealers, the weekend has become the start of summer antiques shows in the area for the last decade. In Bouckville, with all its antiques shops at this country crossroads on US Route 20, it has expanded with many more exhibiting dealers. “In 2019, more than 500 exhibitors offered the collections acquired over the long winter, so as the first gathering in almost two years, we are very excited to get back to business,” Jim Dutcher, the owner of Cider House Showfield said.
This year, look for the show to be bigger than ever since the exhibitors have had no outlets in most cases due to the shutdowns. Further, collectors are expected to gather for a first opportunity to mix and mingle with the antiques offered, shopping during the three days of outdoor fun.
Jim and Ruth Dutcher of Cider House and John Mancino of Out Front are expecting most of the nearby fields to also open, which should mean many more exhibitors. There is no admission charge and parking at these shows is free. Jim Dutcher said he is expecting the typical June food services as well.
More information is available at www.Madison-Bouckville.com and also at Cider House Showfield at 315-825 -8477 or Out Front Showfield at 315-427-5094.
Jim Dutcher and John Mancino pointed out that special requirements for Covid 19 gatherings will be strictly observed. These will be posted on the website.
Bouckville, N.Y., is about 20 miles south of Syracuse and Utica, where there are many hotels for the traveling visitors.
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