Antiques & Garden Fair

About the Fair

Friday – Sunday, April 11 – 13, 2014, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Preview evening, Thursday, April 10, 2014, 6 – 10 p.m.

PHOTO: The Antiques & Garden Fair

Looking for something midcentury? Unusual botanical art? Inspiration for your own garden? The Antiques & Garden Fair is a great resource, with more than 120 exhibitors from all over the country (plus England) and treasures to be found in every price range.

Antiques & Garden Fair

Treasure hunting in style
It amazes us every year to see how the galleries and halls of the Regenstein Center are transformed by the vendors’ booths. Tents over the Esplanade, Krasberg Rose Garden, and Runnells and Searle Courtyards increase the Fair space to a fun-to-explore 21,600 square feet.

Need to take a break? Three mini-cafés offer food and beverages, and Bonterra Organic Vineyards will be serving samples of their organically grown wines!

Star-studded lectures
Our distinguished speakers this year are Miles Redd (Friday, April 11, 11 a.m.), who is also honorary chair of the event and Danielle Rollins (Saturday, April 12, 11 a.m.). Sign up early for both lectures, as they sell out quickly. Both authors have graciously agreed to book signings immediately following their lectures.

Indoor gardens in April!
It’s been a long winter: you’ll be thrilled by the five beautiful display gardens designed and built by local landscapers Artemisia with Manfredini Landscape and Design; Craig Bergmann Landscape Design, Inc.; William Heffernan Landscapes; Schmechtig Landscape; and the Schwebel Company.