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Art, Antiques, Food And More In Sharon

There really is a lot to do in Sharon on Labor Day weekend. 
Theo Coulombe is a photographic artist who will be offering his own art at 147 Main St. in a business called Standard Space. This is one of the two Greek Revival buildings standing sadly side by side for about the last 10 years, waiting for someone like Coulombe to come along and buy one of them, save it and put it to good use, living in it and having a business with class and charm. 

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Sheffield Antiques Show Celebrates 69th Year

Coming up shortly in our neck of the woods is the Sheffield Antiques Show, which will be held Aug. 11 and 12 at Mt. Everett Regional School, located at 491 Berkshire School Road in Sheffield, Mass. According to the organizers, it is the 69th year for the event, making it one of the longest running shows in the country. 

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A Day Trip For Antiques

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Traveling for Treasure

The search for great stuff for the home of today is no longer just at upscale retailers or the local church-sponsored antiques show. Now decorators and homeowners find the shows and flea markets to shop, traveling countless miles to find what strikes their fancy to fill the spaces of their in-town apartments or exurbia houses.

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