Treasures in the Attic Saturday
An annual antiques appraisal event that’s always a hit in Hudson will take place this Saturday at St. James Church.
Treasures in the Attic is a primary fundraiser for the Greenwood Centre for Living History, a museum located on Main. Rd. in Hudson that is a true gem in the region. The Sept. 13 event pairs those with possible “treasures” in the form of paintings, f urniture, clothing, jewelry, rare books, or more, with appraisers who are experts in a variety of fields.
The event helps the living museum, a home dating to the mid 1700s, remain open for public tours of the house and its artifacts, as well as the sumptuous gardens and grounds. fields including: general antiques, carpets, arts, paintings, vintage clothing, jewelry, nostalgia items, antique books, jade and snuff bottles, and more. A gold buyer will also be on hand. The experts, some of whom are featured on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow, donate their time to Greenwood. A nominal fee that is charged for each appraisal goes to the Hudson home.
Also helping raise funds will be a live auction getting underway at 3:30 p.m., while a silent auction will also take place. And the Treasures in the Attic tearoom - arrive early to buy the homemade apple pies that always go fast - will be open and ready for business.
Treasures in the Attic will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 13 at St. James Church, 642 Main Rd., Hudson. For information call 450 458-5396, or go to www.greenwood-centre-hudson. org.