Antiques, hand-made pieces and gardening items will be featured at the fourth annual Antiques, Collectibles and Garden Show on March 28-30 at the Historic Nolensville School, 7248 Nolensville Road.
Featuring food trucks and free parking, everyone is welcome to shop, eat and visit with the show’s eclectic set of vendors. Shoppers will find about 20 Tennessee-based vendors of hand-made wood furniture, genealogy books, repurposed wood pallets, antiques, shabby chic items, dishes, beautiful repurposed glass pieces, hand-made signs, vintage jewelry, gardening accessories and more.
Show admission at the door is $4.
Presented by the Nolensville Historical Society, proceeds go toward preservation, education and restoration in Nolensville.
Food trucks roll in with Mojo’s Tacos starting around lunchtime (before the show starts) on March 28. Cousins Maine Lobster will be there March 29-30 and Kamasoup will also be there March 30.
The show kicks off from 5-8 p.m., Thursday, March 28. During the Thursday night show, local authors Beth Lothers and Vicky Travis will sign copies of their photo-based history book, Images of America: Nolensville, recently published by Arcadia Press.
The show continues 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. March 29 and 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. March 30.
Shoppers may learn more about their own cherished items with Minerva Appraisal. From 1-4 p.m. Friday March 29 and 10 a.m. – noon Saturday March 30, owner Kirsten Rabe Smolensky will appraise items for $15 each, limit of two. No coins, guns, or fine jewelry will be appraised and please bring photos of furniture.
Mill Creek Watershed (millcreeknashville.org) will educate about the importance of conservation. South Branch Nursery will teach about pollination and native plants and will have plants for sale.
Community sponsors are Salon1797, Shabby Lane, Mill Creek Creative and Stoney Creek Farm.