For 56 years, the Lititz Historical Foundation has held a yearly antique show to benefit the 1792 Johannes Mueller House. It is Lancaster County’s oldest show, and is held at the Warwick Middle School.
This is a table top show, though some vendors provide their own walls. Vendors speak of the Lititz Middle School as an ideal setting providing easy access, wide aisles, strong light as well as great A/C. The Lititz Historical Foundation’s guild of volunteer bakers stoke their ovens yearly and lavish scrumptious home baked pies, cakes, cookies, donuts and Moravian Sugar Cake, just like mom used to make. All is for sale which benefits the Johannes Mueller House (1792). You shouldn’t miss this. This show is growing, with people coming from all over to exhibit and shop.
Pennsylvania yellow, green, and red quilt
19th-century white homespun linen shirt
The 4" x 3¾" Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, watercolor of a bird on a flowering branch
Antique doll’s cupboard in green paint with homemade dolls
Oval-top bench-table with green-painted wheelbarrow and chairs
Antique clothespins turned on a lathe
1850s Pennsylvania bed with trundle bed and the Star quilt