I invite you to stop by at any of the events or shows. I welcome the opportunity to introduce myself and speak with you personally.
~ Tim Williams
The “Old Line State” is famous for its blue crabs, horse racing and for 65 years, the finest antique arms show in the country. The “Baltimore Show,” as hosted by the Maryland Arms Collectors Association on the third weekend of March annually, is considered to be the finest arms show of its kind. With over […]
This show is not open to the public! *Current KRA, CLA, NMLRA, & HCH members (proof of membership) *persons receiving this invitation by US mail *and *pre-registered guests will be admitted with family members SHOW HOURS Friday, May 14, 2021: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
This event is a showcase of some of the finest Contemporary American Folk Art America has to offer. This includes period jewelers, potters, furniture makers, flintlock rifle and powderhorn makers, and more! 100 tables of Contemporary and Antique folk art: displaying antique and contemporary muzzleloading rifles, powder horns, hunting bags, knives, and accouterments. Also redware […]
The “Old Line State” is famous for its blue crabs, horse racing, and for 65 years, the finest antique arms show in the country. The “Baltimore Show”, as hosted by the Maryland Arms Collectors Association on the third weekend of March annually, is considered to be the finest arms show of its kind. With over […]
The annual Fort Frederick 18th Century Market Fair features the best period artisans, craftspeople, and sutlers together with an 18th Century encampment. Explore Maryland's French and Indian War era stone fort built-in 1756. See hundreds of reenactors and 18th-century sutlers (vendors) selling 18th C. period wares: paintings & prints, clothing & fabric, books, camp gear, […]
Witness history comes alive as hundreds of living historians re-enact life at Joseph Martin’s frontier fort. Watch as two cultures clash and the flames of war are once again ignited on Virginia’s frontier. Activities include tours of Cherokee Warrior and Colonial Militia camps, frontier fort life, and 18th-century merchants and colonial traders selling their wares. [...]
Only 5 miles past Dixon’s Muzzleloading Shop where this event was formerly held for 37 years. Open to the public Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 31, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring Seminars, Gunmakers, Artisans, Horners, Living History Reenactors, and vendors of the 18th and 19th-century […]