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Ohio Golden Glow members invite the public to first-ever collectors’ day

PIQUA, OH- Apple Tree Gallery, downtown Piqua’s 365-day Christmas and Halloween store, will be hosting a unique educational and shopping event on Saturday, April 13.  Area collectors are invited to attend.
The store, located at 405 N. Main St., will host the first-ever OhioAntique Christmas meet in partnership with the Golden Glow of Christmas Past.   The Glow is an international collecting organization whose members specialize in anything Christmas as long as the item was made before 1966.Click image posters to enlarge …
Mark Saturday April 13 on your calendar.  The event will be open from 10 am through 3 pm.  Twenty-two Golden Glow vendors will be on hand offering merchandise from all holidays, not just Christmas.  And the items for sale will range from antique, vintage and current holiday merchandise.  Shoppers will find everything from vintage holiday postcards, aluminum Christmas trees to contemporary ornaments from Patricia Breen, Christopher Radko and Mattarusky.  In addition, Apple Tree’s galleries of holiday collectibles will be open to shoppers.
Since Piqua is home to Celebrate365, Connie Porcher will be on hand with a full table and tree displays.  “My storage units are just two miles from the event,” Porcher commented.  “I’d be happy to deliver your shopping choices to you at the event … or you can shop online at the event and I’ll go and pick up your ornaments for you.  This is a unique opportunity for Celebrate365 and we are happy to be participating!”
Glohio’s event won’t be just about shopping.  It’s also a unique educational opportunity.  Glow members will offer three focused lectures along with one make-it, take-it workshop.  Former Glow president Mike Ciancio will speak about Thomas Nast and the Christmas illustrations for which is he famous.  What would the Christmas tree be without lights?  Greg Gregory will offer a brief history of “lighting” the tree from candlelight to electric lights.  What about the toys under the tree?  Jim Thomas will talk about Germany’s Erzgebirge region and one of its best-known Christmas antiques, the wooden Noah’s Ark.  Nikki Beltz will let visitors try their hand at making vintage-style Moravian stars.  Learn how simple strips of paper can be folded and woven into a three-dimensional star that German families used to decorate their Christmas trees.
This first meeting of the Ohio Chapter of the Golden Glow of Christmas Past is expected to draw visitors and exhibitors from surrounding states including Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York and Indiana. The cost to attend all the educational sessions plus the marketplace is $5 per person, payable at the door. For more information about the event, call Apple Tree Gallery at 937-773-1801 during store hours or use the Celebrate365 contact tab here at the top of the page.See you in Piqua!

 

Cyber Monday Sale!

Celebrate365’s First Ever Cyber Monday Sale! 

Super holiday bargains from Bethany Lowe Designs, Ino Schaller Paper Mache German Santas, Soffieria De Carlini Italian Ornaments, Thomas Glenn Polish Fabrege-Style Eggs. 

Holiday 2011 Front Cover

 

Click on the laptop image above to view the full page of bargains. Many are “one only” items!

Quantities are limited to items in stock. No rain checks or special orders. When items are sold out … that’s it!

This first ever Celebrate365 Cyber Monday Sale includes 25 different styles. There are limited multiples from Ino Shaller and Thomas Glenn. The De Carlini Candy Cane ornaments are workshop samples, limited to one per style. Signed Halloween pins are from the owner’s personal collection and are also limited to one per style.Shop the Cyber Monday Sale!

Celebrate365 supports traditional artisan and hand made craftsmanship.

 

Christmas Is Coming … Bid for Charity

Private Dinner With Christopher Radko

It’s an ornament collector’s dream … a private one-on-one dinner and conversation with Christopher Radko. Although he is no longer personally involved in ornament design and manufacture, Radko is largely responsible for the resurgence of the glass ornament industry.

Christopher will host one lucky bidder to dinner at Scarletta’s in New York City.  In addition to dinner and conversation, the charity auction package includes a Radko signed ornament and a signed copy of his book, The Heart of Christmas. The auction proceeds are designated to Doctors Without Borders, an international humanitarian medical organization working in nearly 70 countries, including the United States. Christopher Radko Image
Radko Book - Heart of Christmas

Here’s your rare opportunity — holiday lifestyle expert Christopher Radko’s undivided attention!  Get personal decorating advice, the story behind your favorite Radko ornament designs — and it’s for charity!

The auction package is valued at $1000.  Bidding ends Monday, December 19, 2011 at 2:00:00 PM EST.  To place your bid, visit charitybuzz.com/catalog_items/275161.

For further information:

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Doctors Without Borders

Christmas is Coming, #3

Kathie Lee Gifford mentions illustration & ornament designer Michael Storrings on a recent Today Show episode.

Read all about Landmark Creations founder, Joellen Church, and designer Michael Storrings in the newest issue of Celebrate365. Michael has donated several pieces that will be auctioned for charity this month.  Stay tuned for details!

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