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Antique Show Benefits Dogs For The Deaf

Katie Gomez, Nell Matern and Maggie Wilson, of Moutain Stars Quilters Guild with Dogs for the Deaf donation Quilt.

Katie Gomez, Nell Matern and Maggie Wilson, of Moutain Stars Quilters Guild with Dogs for the Deaf donation Quilt.

The Medford Armory Antiques & Vintage Show, which benefits the local Dogs For the Deaf charity, will be held May 20-21. Founded in 1993 by Phyllis Bear of Country Heart Promotions, the show features dealers from five states with a wide variety of merchandise. This includes rare slot machines and gambling related items; Western Americana; Native American art; American and European furniture and furnishings; tools, militaria and sporting goods; lighting fixtures; kitchen and country primitives; Victorian and American art glass and art pottery; sterling silver and silverplate flatware and hollowware; estate and costume jewelry; fine porcelains and china; toys and dolls; quilts, linens and textiles; paper collectibles and refurbished and upscaled items.

Special services and exhibits will include antique evaluations and identification and doll appraisals and restringing, and quilt demonstrations. There will be a display of quilts hung from the balconies done by the Mountain Stars Quilters Guild.
Dogs for the Deaf is a non-profit group that rescues dogs from shelters, which are then trained to work with helping people with deafness, senior citizens and autistic children. Volunteers from the organization will be present to give demonstrations and provide information on this unique and important service to dogs and the disabled community.

For additional information, see the ad in this issue of Old Stuff.

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