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Annual Holiday Antique Show & Sale

Join us for our 61st Annual Holiday 
Antique Show & Sale!

Friday, November 17, 2017  10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, November 18, 2017  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Rock Garden Banquet & Conference Center, Green Bay


Since 1957 the Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, has hosted yearly antique shows to fund community grants for the preservation and restoration of Green Bay area antiquities and artifacts. The Society houses its collections at local museums and institutions in Brown County, including the Green Bay Catholic Diocese MuseumHeritage Hill State Historical ParkHistoric Hazelwood, the Howard/Suamico Historical Society, Kellogg Bank, The Neville Public Museum, Nicolet Bank, the Pulaski Area Historical Society and White Pillars Museum.

The Antique Show & Sale Features:

* Dealers from across the Midwest (vintage jewelry, original art,
collectables, vintage clothing, furniture, glassware, and  much more)
* Door Prize - Including a one-night stay at the Comfort Inn & Suites
* Free identification of an antique or collectable
* Delicious homemade treats from our Bakery
* Raffle with quality items - Think:  Holiday Gifts!

2017 Dealers
  • Olson’s Antiques
  • Early Times Antiques
  • Collector’s Paradise
  • Once in a Blue Moon
  • Victorian House Antiques
  • Times Treasurers Antiques
  • Welsch’s Antiques
  • Reminiscence by Rita LLC
  • Weather Vane Antiques
  • Village Blacksmith
  • Lyn’s Antiques LLC
  • Out on the Farm Antiques
  • Haven Hill Antiques
  • Art and Antiques
  • Emmel
  • Wrightstown Antique Gallery
  • Old Hickory Antiques
  • Midwest Antique Gallery
  • Antique Treasures
  • The Missing Link
  • Portobello Antiques and Appraisals
  • Laura's Collectibles, Inc.
  • J&B Antiques
  • Portobello Road Antiques
  • En Vogue
  • Maki's

History of Annual Holiday Antique Show & Sale

© Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society, Inc.

Our first event in 1957 was called “Antique Show & Sale” and was held in the Walnut Room at the Hotel Northland. It was chaired by Mrs. E. F. Hasbrook and J. B. Gueinzius. That first show featured six dealers. Admission was 50 cents. The show remained in the Walnut Room for the first three years, and then expanded to the Crystal Ballroom from 1960-1968. Each show was titled a different theme: “Gems of Antiquities”, “Romantic Past”, “Lavender and Old Lace”, “Treasures of Old”, “Heritage Harvest”, and “Vintage Vignettes”. 

© Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society, Inc.
© Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society, Inc.

























In 1969 the show, named “Old Green Bay Days”, moved to the Riverside Ballroom and stayed at that site until 1984.

 In the ensuing years, the event has been held these Green Bay venues:
Cowles Estate (1976 Bicentennial Celebration)
 Downtowner Motel
Midway Motor Lodge
Embassy Suites / KI Center
Green Bay Convention Center at Rock Garden

 Ticket from 1958 Antique Show & Sale