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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Upcoming Events That You Don't Want to Miss!

Celebrating our 20th Year

The Shape of Things to Come

This year we celebrate our 20th year of bringing renowned international and national experts in antiques, gardening, the various fields of design, and art to Nashville, TN. The Show's three days are filled with educational experiences, great ideas, and of course, fabulous shopping opportunities. Since 1989, inspired by the fine design sense of one of the Show's advisers, Albert Hadley, Inc. of New York, the Show has grown in stature to become one of the Southeast's most anticipated yearly events.

The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is the largest show in the country that combines gardens and

antiques in one spectacular show. Since its founding, it has served as a prototype for major shows throughout the country. The Show reaches a broad audience from across the country and abroad: ardent antiques collectors, avid gardeners, those who follow the latest trends in interior design, and every

one who enjoys a breath of spring in the middle of winter. Attendees can purchase anything from plant materials to museum quality antiques from over 150 Antiques and Horticulture Dealers and attend lectures from world renowned gardeners and antiques dealers. Our National Advisory Committee Members include: Lisa Newsom, Albert Hadley, Bobby McAlpine and Alexa Hampton.

This year's featured lecturer's are Michael S. Smith, decorator to the White House; Her Grace, The Duchess of Northumberland, Jane Percy, gardener; and Ryan Gainey, our Entry Garden designer. Past lecturers include: HRH Prince Edward, Albert Hadley, HRH Princess Michael, Bunny Williams, Dominique Browning, Colin Cowie, Viscount David Linley, Leticia Baldridge, Stephen Lacey, Frances Mayes and Martha Stewart.


The Show benefits the Exchange Club Charities, Inc. (Child Abuse Prevention Programs) and Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art. In the past nineteen years, over $4,500,000.00 has been raised by the Show for these charities.

2010 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville

February 11 – 13, 2010
CLOSED ON SUNDAY
Nashville Convention Center

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