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- We will be closed EASTER SUNDAY, April 20th, so that our Employees may celebrate the Holiday with their Families!
- JUST IN THIS WEEK! 1927 Richfield Fry “Mae West” 5 Gallon Visible Gas Pump for $10,500
- BEFORE and AFTER OUR UPSTAIRS GALLERY!
- Thank You Note:
- FEBRUARY 14th is OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY!
- SOME EARLY OWEGO HISTORY
- Apalachin Library Benefit Dinner, February 22
- George Washington and John Hancock to help Celebrate Early Owego Antique Center’s First Anniversary
- See “The General” with live organ accompaniment!
- Check out our new upstairs space!
We will be closed EASTER SUNDAY, April 20th, so that our Employees may celebrate the Holiday with their Families!
We would like to say Thank-you to everyone who stopped by February 15th and 16th to help us celebrate the First Anniversary of our store opening! It was a Great Weekend!
Please plan on stopping by, we will be having an Anniversary Celebration on VALENTINE’S DAY weekend the 15th and 16th. There will be live music on Saturday and Sunday from noon – 3pm as well as drawings for gift certificates on the hour from Noon-4pm each day. BLAZE COINS will also offer a drawing for 1 oz. Silver Bars, Must be present to win all prizes!
Plus, many of our dealers will be present to learn what customers are looking for and offer special pricing. A special mid-day treat, both days, will be an appearance by Dr. Crispus Rumex, local herbalist and Snake Oil Salesman, who will offer potions and elixirs aimed at warding off the glum of winter.
This photograph, taken circa 1900-1910, shows the corner of Main St. and Lake St. in Owego. The building that has the two ladies in the window was razed to build Newberry’s in 1960. The old Newberry’s store is now the Early Owego Antique Center.
You can purchase tickets at our store for the Apalachin Library Benefit Dinner, which will take place on February 22, from 5-8PM at the Blue Dolphin Restaurant
Rte 434, Apalachin, NY
Entertainment by Keyboardist Keith Nichols
Adult Tickets $10 – Manicotti Parmesan Dinner ..Children select from the Kid’s menu @ Kid’s prices! Tickets are Available through Friday Feb. 14th, 2014
Two important revolutionary era documents will take center stage as the Early Owego Antique Center celebrates its First Anniversary in February. On display and offer will be a Diploma declaring William Barret of Virginia a member of the Society of the Cincinnati, signed by General George Washington and General Henry Knox at Mount Vernon on March 1st, 1787. Also an Appointment of Elijah Putnam to the Militia of Massachusetts, boldly signed by John Hancock, Governour, on September 20th, 1790 will be for sale. While little has been discovered about Mr. Barret, it is believed that Elijah Putnam moved to Tioga County, Pennsylvania and is buried there.
We are honored to be able to share these important historical documents with our friends and colleagues. Since opening on Valentine’s Day in 2013, Early Owego has doubled in size and scope, now presenting 21,000 sq. ft. of space dedicated to the offerings of over 90 dealers in antiques and collectibles of many kinds.
The Celebration, to be held on Valentine’s Weekend, February 15 and 16, will feature live music from Noon until 3pm on Saturday and Sunday as well as drawings for gift certificates on the hour from Noon until 4pm each day. Blaze Coins will also be offering a drawing for 1oz. silver bars, entries for which will be accepted all week prior to the event. Plus, many of our dealers will be present to learn what customers are looking for and to offer special pricing.
The Early Owego Antique Center is pleased to announce its underwriting of the Broome Theater Organ Society’s presentation of the silent film classic “The General”. Produced in 1926 and staring Buster Keaton in one of his most strenuous and comedic roles, “The General” was the most expensive film made at the time. The film will be shown on Sunday afternoon, December 29th at 2 p.m. at the Forum Theater in Binghamton, NY. Adding to the excitement on the screen will authentic accompaniment by Jim Ford, Master Theater Organist on the Forum’s 1926 Robert Morton 24 rank Theater Pipe Organ. For more information or to buy tickets visit www.binghamtontos.org.
It’s a not-so-grand but joyous opening!
Today we unveil our newly furnished upstairs vendor space just in time for Christmas! Join us for a holiday opening as we do three things at once…