1. The Main Line Antiques Show is the only antiques show on Philadelphia’s Main Line. This year’s show is held at Cabrini College in Radnor and features distinguished dealers offering a wide selection of fine and decorative arts, jewelry, furniture and folk art for both seasoned and new collectors. The Opening Night Party on October 6, 2017 offered a first look and special opportunity to purchase items while enjoying cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a light buffet. Event proceeds benefit Surrey Services for Seniors. Surrey’s community-based care model offers over 7,000 seniors each year access to a range of home-based health and supportive services, center-based wellness and social activities, and community-based services that further their mission to “help older adults to live in their homes with independence and dignity and to continue as active members of the community. Surrey president Bob Madonna and board members Rick Davis, Analisa Sondergaard, Maureen Brennan-Miller and Paul Olsen were pictured during the Opening Night Party.
2. 2017 Show Committee chair Rick Davis and honorary chairs Maureen Brennan-Miller and Anne Hamilton paused for a photo with designers Eddie Ross and his partner Jaithon Kochar. Eddie’s first book “Modern Mix: Curating Personal Style with Chic & Assessible” is available at the show. Eddie Ross and Jaithon Kochar will lead a private tour ”Shop the Show” on Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon.
4. Stephen and Julie Kaylis chatted with committee member Michelle Leonard.
7. Bob Madonna paused for a photo with John and Winifred Constable and Maureen Brennan-Miller and David Miller.