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Enjoy Art and Antiques on President’s Day Weekend with The Lewes Historical Society

The Lewes Historical Society will be hosting an Antiques Sale and an Art Sale- both on President’s Day Weekend in historic Lewes, Delaware!

The Lewes Historical Society Antiques & Collectables Sale will be an antique-lovers paradise. Continued on Saturday, February 18 from 10:00am-4:00pm at the Rabbit’s Ferry House, the sale will feature antiques and collectibles for yourself or that special someone!  Enjoy everything from antique jewelry to beautiful furniture. We hope to see you on Saturday, February 18 at the Rabbit’s Ferry House on the Historical Complex at 110 Shipcarpenter Street in historic Lewes.

 

Local Artist, Local Artwork- Art Sale to benefit The Lewes Historical Society! This will be a fantastic opportunity to buy local original artwork for your home or as a gift.  Come enjoy and purchase the original artwork of Matthew Mack- provided by artist's son, Robert Mack- to support the Society in honor of the 50th Anniversary in 2012.  Artist Matthew Mack (1920-2011) was a resident of Lewes from 1975-2009 and enjoyed painting local coastal scenes.  He was also a WWII Veteran.  Please join us between 10:00am-4:00pm from Friday, February 17- Monday, February 20 at the Ryves Holt House Museum Shop in historic Lewes, on the corner of Second and Mulberry Streets.  Enjoy Mack's original watercolors & oils, small & large, along with high quality prints.

 

For more information on The Lewes Historical Society President’s Day Weekend Antiques & Collectables Sale or Local Art Sale, please call 302-645-7670 or email [email protected]

Untitled original artwork by local artist Matthew Mack (1920-2011) on sale February 17-20 at The Lewes Historical Society Museum Shop in the Ryves Holt House on the corner of Second and Mulberry Streets in historic Lewes.

The Antiques & Collectables Sale will be held at the Rabbit’s Ferry House on Saturday, February 18 at The Lewes Historical Society Complex at 110 Shipcarpenter and Third Streets in historic Lewes.

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