Feb. 23 event features more than 200 tables of glass, jewelry and collectibles

  • Saturday, February 2, 2019 9:15am
  • Life

The 42nd annual Green River Glass Show and Sale returns to the Kent Commons on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. N.

Thirty-five exhibitors will display and sell from 200 tables featuring glass, jewelry and collectibles from early to mid-20th century, including depression, elegant and 1950s, ’60s and ’70 glassware, pottery, china and kitchenware.

The Green River Depression Era Glass Club, Fenton Finders of Puget Sound and Northwest Heisey Collectors Club will present various glassware displays for show-goers.

Door prizes will be given away.

Special guests are Randy and Debbie Coe, authors of many books on American glassware. Randy will be providing free glassware identification (limit two items) for show attendees.

Roy’s Glass Repair will be available. Eunique’s Jewelry Restoration & Repair will be joining the show.

Admission is $3, with the door proceeds benefiting local chapters of the American Diabetes Association, American Lung Association, and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Parking is available in the Commons lot. In addition, there is free, covered parking in the Regional Justice Center parking garage next to the Commons. The garage is accessible from Fourth and James streets.

For more information, call show chair Terry Martin (table info at 206-937-4104 (Seattle) or Kay Larsson (253-852-5250 (Kent).


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