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Most of the exhibitors return every year but there are always a few new faces such as this year’s Lucienne Dolle, who comes with costume jewellery and accent pieces, and Robert Poirier with his ’haute couture’ clothing and fashion accessories. Sports memorabilia will be available from a dealer who specializes in that.
“Coming to the Antique and Folk Art Show is a great excuse to come and visit North Hatley,” added Ms. Pascale.
The money raised through the show will be used for many of the Society’s regular recreational activities, which are open to children from all around the region, not just North Hatley, as well as to help support the free, outdoor concerts that are held at Dreamland Park, in North Hatley, on Sunday afternoons.