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Million Dollar Antique Show Back for 37th Year

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The Million Dollar Antique Show kicked off it’s 37th year in Binghamton on Friday evening.

The Million Dollar Antique Show, hosted by the SUNY Broome Ice Center, is a fundraiser for the Binghamton Sertoma Club.

The show hosts vendors from all over the country, with all net proceeds going towards local charities including the UHS-Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Departments.

Chip Hunt, Show Adviser for Binghamton Sertoma Club’s Million Dollar Antique Show, shared with FOX40 a little about the origin of the shows name. “The name came from a show, back when we held it at a previous venue.. That if you tallied up all the items that you might have found at that antique show there might be a million dollars worth of items there. Nowadays it could be three to four times that.”

Admission is $8.00 each day and can be purchased at the door.

On Saturday, the show’s hours are 10AM until 5PM and features a variety of free workshops.

On Sunday, the show’s hours are 10AM until 4PM, and features a free antique appraisal clinic with a professional appraiser.

For more information about the Million Dollar Antique Show, click here.