The Skaneateles Antique and Artisans Show is approaching the age of its goods.
The 60th annual show, which is hosted by the Skaneateles United Methodist Church, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, July 12, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the Austin Park pavilion, 1 E. Austin St., Skaneateles.
Last year's show featured more than 55 dealers and a variety of artisans. Antiques have included dressers, tables, chairs and other furniture, as well as rugs, paintings, china, glassware, vintage clothing and hats, estate jewelry, old toys and more. Artisan products have included stoneware pottery, stained glass art, soaps, quilts, alpaca products and more. Alpacas from Twilight Alpacas will also be at this year's show.
Members of the church, meanwhile, have partnered with members of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church to bake apple, cherry, strawberry rhubarb and more homemade pies that will be available to purchase whole or by the slice. Cookies and other baked treats will also be available.
Other features of the show will include certified appraiser Catherine Sankey, who will be available to do appraisals from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day for $3 for one item or $5 for two. Doug's Fish Fry will also serve food, and for children, there will be a "spot the item" scavenger hunt with prizes.
Admission to the show is $8 for one day or $10 for both; there is no cost to access the artisan area outside the pavilion on the lawn. Free parking is available in the area, and the show is handicapped-accessible.
For more information, visit skanantiqueshow.com.