Save the Date- Senior Fest 2016 April 26th at Lorain County Community College!

My New Villa will be exhibiting at Senior Fest this year!  Stop by the booth for some fun and to register to win a prize!  Several local assisted living communities will also be in attendance along with many senior related services available in the community.  Fun event with food! 

Great news below about another exhibitor I know many of you will love!  Hope to see everyone there!

  The Senior Fest is pleased to include an antique appraisal booth at this year’s event.  Gregg and Laurel Mazurek, from Collectors Gallery, will be offering free appraisals to all in attendance.  Gregg has been a collector and dealer in fine antiques of all kinds for the past thirty-five years.  “The antique market has changed dramatically in the past 15 years making it very difficult for people to know the true value of their antiques,” said Gregg.  He added, “An event like the Senior Fest is so much less intimidating than standing in line at a Road Show.  I would encourage all attendees to take advantage of this unique opportunity.” Some suggestions for the types of items to bring range from antique toys, art pottery, paintings, high quality prints, pocket watches, advertising memorabilia, military items, political items, art glass and the list goes on.  Even a good quality picture an item may be enough for an appraisal.  We anticipate that Gregg’s booth will be very popular so we are limiting each attendee to a single item.

 

The Senior Fest is pleased to include an antique appraisal booth at this year’s event.  Gregg and Laurel Mazurek, from Collectors Gallery, will be offering free appraisals to all in attendance.  Gregg has been a collector and dealer in fine antiques of all kinds for the past thirty-five years.  “The antique market has changed dramatically in the past 15 years making it very difficult for people to know the true value of their antiques,” said Gregg.  He added, “An event like the Senior Fest is so much less intimidating than standing in line at a Road Show.  I would encourage all attendees to take advantage of this unique opportunity.”

Some suggestions for the types of items to bring range from antique toys, art pottery, paintings, high quality prints, pocket watches, advertising memorabilia, military items, political items, art glass and the list goes on.  Even a good quality picture an item may be enough for an appraisal.  We anticipate that Gregg’s booth will be very popular so we are limiting each attendee to a single item.