Washtenaw Farm Council Fairgrounds, located at 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Road Ann Arbor, Michigan ; just 3 miles south of I-94 at exit 175
General adult admission is $5.00 (children free) at 9:00 A.M. An early buyer’s opportunity/admission on Saturday morning at $20.00 each, starting at 7:30 A.M. Dealers will be allowed setup at 7:00 A.M. Saturday, or approximately 4:00 to 9:00 P.M. Friday. And, there will be no show admission charge after 3;00 P.M. (show hours to the general public are 9:00 to 4:00). Also, admission will be only $3.00 (a $2.00 off discount) at the door if you bring a show related antique to sell.
No smoking or alcohol in the hall; please keep it clean and neat as found. No cartridge guns or powder allowed, period muzzle loaders only (no Nazi items). Food concessions will be available, and camping available on site. Contact 248-840-7070
Our show is Themed for the Great Lakes and North East early Indian associated goods, plus the Colonial Frontiersman’s daily items and weapons of the 18th and 19th centuries. This is not inclusive, as any frontier related antique can be found, such as items from the early Eastern Fur Trade through the Western Indian Wars are encouraged ( C.W. and Cowboy items are to be limited however, as there are many other shows for them – and, No cartridge guns, gun powder or Nazi items are allowed). We have early Military equipment, Colonial & Military muskets, frontier edged weapons, Burl wood bowls & Indian ladles, tomahawks, trade silver and Jesuit rings, Fur Trade Guns, great Indian beadwork of the Great Lakes and Western Plains, plus S/W Indian items, framed subject art, books, and many other related Indian and Frontier antiques.