The annual antique and craft show to support programming for local high school students returns to Pickerington High School Central on Nov. 4.
The 33rd installment of the Pickerington Antique & Craft Show will feature 118 antique dealers and artisans, as well as breakfast, lunch and homemade baked goods, according to organizers.
This year's event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 4 at Pickerington High School Central, 300 Opportunity Way.
Admission to this year's show is $4 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and children 12 and younger will be admitted at no charge.
Admission fees and sales from the event's breakfast and lunch offerings, as well as a homemade bake sale, will support academic programs and scholarships, after-prom events and teacher grants at both PHS Central and Pickerington High School North.
"The Pickerington Antique & Craft show has been a tradition in our community since 1984," said Jennifer Clemens, Pickerington Antique & Craft Show co-chairwoman and a member of the Pickerington North PTO.
"The antique and craft show is the only fundraiser that supports both Central and North high schools."
Clemens said more than 3,000 visitors are expected this year, which would make it one of central Ohio's largest antique and craft shows.
It will offer a variety of handmade and fine crafts, including Christmas and holiday decorations and ornaments, candles, clothing, jewelry and accessories, soaps and art.
Additionally, this year's show will feature crafts, such as wooden toy games and puzzles for children and adults, etched sports team glassware and super hero capes and masks for children.
"This year, we have added some really unique vendors to our show in all different kinds of mediums," Clemens said.
"It's a great opportunity to support our schools and get started on your holiday shopping."
Parking for the show is free.