Founded in 1993 by Phyllis Bear of Country Heart Promotions, The
Medford Armory Show offers collectors an outstanding selection of
quality antiques and collectibles by dealers from five states, including
turn-of-the-century oak and walnut furnishings, kitchen and country
primitives, Victorian colored and art glass, American art pottery,
sterling silver and silverplate flatware and hollowware, estate and
costume jewelry, watches, fine porcelains and china, toys and dolls,
American folk and Native American art, paper collectibles (including
prints, maps, magazines and books), quilts, clothing and textiles, tools,
militaria, clocks, antique firearms and sporting. The largest event
center in Medford, the Armory is the perfect setting
for this popular show.
SPECIAL SERVICES & EXHIBITS:
ANTIQUE EVALUATIONS by Dusty Schmidt, Chinook Estate Sales,
Canby OR - $3.00 per Item 11am-5pm Sat. & 10am-4pm Sun.
FREE doll appraisals. Doll restringing (while you wait), estimates on
doll restoration and one-of-a-kind period doll costuming using vintage
materials all show hours. Nancy Korsak of Nurse Nancy’s Doll Hospital,
Spokane, WA. Available all Show hours.
Mountain Stars and Jacksonville Museum QuiltersGuilds will display
quilts from the balconies in the Show Room, display and sell tickets for
their Opportunity Quilts and demonstrate quilting techniques, including
quilt blocks all Show hours.
Food Service will be available all show hours by We Cook For You, a
nonprofit, community service organization providing shelter, meals,
and community resources in the Chico, California area.
THE MEDFORD ARMORY SHOW BENEFITS AN IMPORTANT
LOCAL CHARITY, DOGS FOR THE DEAF. Dogs For The Deaf
rescues dogs from shelters along with helping people with deafness and
other physical and mental challenges. Volunteers from the organization
will be present at the Show, giving demonstrations and providing
information on their unique and important service to dogs and the
disabled community. Twenty percent of the proceeds from admissions
as well as 50% of the proceeds from a 50-50 drawing will go directly to
Dogs For the Deaf (winner need not be present to win.)
Demonstrations by hearing dogs will take place at 12 noon
and 2pm on Saturday and at 1pm on Sunday.
Twin Bridges Antique Productions, promoters of quality events since
1982, was asked by Mrs. Bear of Country Heart Promotions to take
over promotion of the Medford Armory Show in 2008.
“We are honored to continue promotion of this quality event and to
benefit Dogs For The Deaf, a most deserving service organization”, says
Carole Berry, Promoter.
Carole Berry, Promoter
Twin Bridges Antique Productions