The 16th annual Waldoboro Antiques Show will be held on Sunday, Oct. 10, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Medomak Valley High School on Manktown Road in Waldoboro. Sixty dealers will be marketing antiques at this popular show.

A portion of the proceeds goes to benefit the Medomak Valley Land Trust.

Known for its wide variety of fresh, unique merchandise, this show has a loyal following. Customers looking for country or formal or something in between will be pleased with the choices available. Among the many veteran dealers who will be returning are Joni Lima and Joe Spaida of Iron Renaissance, E. Blackbird with ephemera and holiday collectibles, Helen Nasburg of Mother Goose with her cases of jewelry, and the Garlands with country furniture. Porcelains, oriental items, paintings, rugs, sterling silver, folk art and much more will be available.

George Keyes and his committee at Medomak Valley Land Trust are organizing a booth with antique items donated in support of the land trust. Anyone wishing to make donations call the MVLT office at 832-5570 for more information.

Show manager, Polly Thibodeau of P. T. Promotions, promises that the show will be a great way to spend a part of Columbus Day weekend. Admission is $5 or $4.50 with an ad or article. A luncheon menu including delicious deserts will be available.

Location of the show is on Manktown Road, north off Route 1 between Moody’s Diner and the junction of Route 90. Follow the signs and enjoy a few hours getting your “antique fix” and benefiting a wonderful cause, the Medomak Valley Land Trust.

For more information call 443-8983 or 832-5570.