This weekend marks the return of the Wilton Spring Antiques Show, April 18 and 19 at the Wilton High School Field House, presented by Barn Star Productions. The show benefits the Wilton Historical Society.

Over 45 top-notch dealers will be offering a sterling selection of antiques, fine art, mid-century design, garden antiques and dozens of exceptional decorative accessories making the Wilton Spring Antiques Show exciting and fun. This spring, new categories include vintage posters, period brass and copper including fireplace equipment and copper molds, Native American Jewelry, rare and important American flags, Pennsylvania furniture, and estate jewelry.

New to the show are the following antiques dealers:  Nancy Steinbock Posters, Bernice Conn Antiques, Delores Kennedy, Colony Farms Antiques, Jeff Bridgman Antiques, Carlton Antiques, Stone Block Antiques, Stiles House Antiques, Two Sisters Antiques, and Steven Score Antiques.

Running the show café this year is The Well, which will be serving delicious, fresh sandwiches and salads made daily in their kitchen in Wilton. The Well strives to offer locally farmed products made with high quality natural and organic ingredients.

The Wilton Spring Antiques Show customers will have a full two days to shop on their weekend schedule, meet up with friends, enjoy a delectable lunch at the show café and take advantage of the unlimited re-entry throughout the show’s run.

Show times are Saturday, April 18, from 10 am.–5 p.m. and Sunday, April 19, from 11 a.m.–4 p.m.. Admission is $10 per person with unlimited re-entry. The Wilton Spring Antiques Show will be located at the Wilton High School Field House on Rt. 7 and offers free parking, handicap accessibility, show café, complimentary color magazines and popular antiques newspapers.

For exhibitor information and show details, please visit our web site at or or call 845.876.0616.