the Clague House Museum.
The show includes antique/vintage and craft vendors, plant sale, food, and tours of the historic Clague House Museum. House tours are free and begin at noon.
Admission to the show is $3; children under 12 are admitted free. Pets on leashes are welcome.
“Proceeds benefit the Westlake Historical Society’s efforts to educate children and the public about Dover and Westlake history,” said Lysa Stanton, Westlake Historical Society president. “The funds are needed to help cover our utility costs, alarm system, and our insurances costs, as well as for general upkeep of the Clague Museum. The silent auction proceeds will go towards the purchase of specialized museum software.”
The Clague Family Home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is open to the public during special days throughout the year, as well as by appointment.
“This is our largest fundraiser of the year,” said Stanton. “We will have over 50 dealers and crafters at the event, as well as rescue organizations. Also returning this year will be the pie contest.”
In addition to the show, the Historical Society is offering a special display in the museum of vintage baby items. The items will be on display through September.
Openings are still available for antique/vintage dealers, as well as crafters. The society also is seeking additional donated items for the silent auction.
Rain date for the event is July 28.
For more information regarding the show or silent auction, call 440-808-1961 or visit the group’s website.