Thomasville Scene February / March 2019 - Page 10

| antiques show | Something for everyone at the Thomasville Antiques Show W hether you’re a seasoned antiques collector or simply curious, you’ll find plenty to see and do at the 30th Annual Thomasville Antiques Show this February. From lectures and demonstrations, to junior events and celebrations, there’s something for the entire family. The show will be held at the Thom- asville Exchange Club Fairgrounds from Feb. 22 to 24. Every year, some 30 top-notch high end antiques and fine art exhibitors travel to Thomasville from all over the country. The show’s mission is to raise funds for nonprofit organizations focused on children’s programs in Thomas- ville, Thomas County and the surrounding areas. Nationally known speakers have become a key part of the success of the show. Set to speak this year are interior designer and industry icon Charlotte Moss, architect and designer Ray Booth and event designer DeJuan Stroud. In addition, Southern lifestyle expert James Farmer will lead a discussion on multigenerational, classic design with architect C. Brandon Ingram and designer Mallory Mathi- son. For more information about this year’s speakers, visit www.ThomasvilleAntiquesShow.com. 10 February - March 2019 Thomasville Scene