On Friday, March 8, The Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens will host a ‘What’s it Worth?” event from 6pm to 8pm! Be entertained as Boston’s best appraisers evaluate antiques and collectibles in front of a live audience. The museum is currently seeking interesting collectibles and antiques to use in the presentation. Prices for the event are as follows:

Entrance to event (with evaluation) $40

Entrance to event (with NO evaluation) $20

The prices include a glass of wine and light appetizers/desserts. Additional wine will be available for purchase. With this price, guests will also be allowed to see the newest exhibition in the museum: Enchanted Lines: The Story of Animation. Call (951) 845-2626 to reserve a space for evaluation or attendance.

The Edward-Dean Museum is committed to preserving its collection of 16th-19th century decorative arts while offering social, cultural, and educational enrichment. The museum is located at 9401 Oak Glen Road, Cherry Valley. Hours of operation are: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- closed on county holidays. Admission to the museum is $5 for adults; children 12 and under are free. For more information, call: (951) 845-2626 or visit our website at www.edward-deanmuseum.org.

If you have questions about the event please call Stacey Chester at (951) 845-2626, or email schester@rivco.org.


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