History and Horticulture at Nolensville Historical Society’s Antique, Collectible and Garden Show
Whether you’re interested in heirloom furnishings or heirloom seeds, the Nolensville Historical Society has an event for you.
Each spring, the society hosts the Antique, Collectible and Garden Show to benefit the Nolensville Historic School and Museum. Vendors feature a variety of antiques and collectibles, and you can even bring your own antiques in to be appraised for a small fee. The show costs $4 per day and takes place March 28-30. The event kicks off Thursday evening with authors Beth Lothers and Vicky Travis signing copies of their photo-based history book, Images of America: Nolensville.
On Friday and Saturday, you can get the Antiques Road Show experience with Minerva Appraisal for $15 per item. No guns, coins or fine jewelry allowed, and photos of furniture are preferred.
The event also will feature educational seminars from Mill Creek Watershed on the importance of conservation and South Branch Nursery on pollination and native plants. They also have plants for sale.
Nolensville Historic School also serves as the home of the Nolensville Farmers Market every Saturday morning from May to October. Attendees can purchase everything from fresh produce to all-natural beauty products to artisan crafts and goods.
For more information about the Nolensville Historical Society, farmers market and antique show, visit nolensvillehistoricalsociety.org or call (615) 997-0654.