For the first time ever, antique bottle collectors will be able to buy, sell and trade antique bottles, glassware, and more at the South Boston – Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History. Everything from vintage milk bottles and classic soda bottles to 19th-century glassware will be found in abundance.
Anyone who wishes to participate as a dealer is invited to register for a booth. Rules and restriction apply.
CLICK HERE for a printable PDF application to register a booth.
April 9th 12 PM – 2 PM
Get your group together, whether it be a business, organization, church group, or just a group of friends and come show off your creativity by decorating a table with anything that suits your fancy! Enjoy a delicious meal or have your name drawn to win a prize!
This seasons event’s theme will be “Creative Tablescapes.” Doors will open at 11:30 AM. Tables will be judged by a panel of guest judges.
Tables will be set up in advance, so you need to come the day before, April 8th between 10 AM and 3 PM to decorate your table. Tables must be disassembled after the event.
Deadline to sign up-March 30th, but please let us know ASPA, so we can prepare accordingly. Tickets are $20 per person. Space limited, so be sure to reserve your table as soon as possible.
For more information, please call: Jerry Roxbury (757) 615-4142
1942: A Remembrance
1 February 2018
As the Untied State became fully militarized after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Halifax County residents and natives of the local area soon found themselves among the more than three million men drafted into the United States armed forces in 1942. The South Boston – Halifax County Museum is proud to present this tribute to those who served in the U.S. Armed forces during that period of time and an examination of the numerous changes that a global war brought to Halifax County. On display are a number of artifacts from the North African campaign and the Pacific theater, military uniforms, and much more.