A Day of Education, Enrichment, and Antiques!

CC Antique Dealers Association Hosts Spring Seminar April 25, 2017

The Cape Cod Antique Dealers Association (CCADA) will host a day-long seminar featuring three outstanding presentations by noted experts covering a number of fascinating topics in the field of antiques.  This year, the presentations range from Art Restoration to the Pirate Ship Whydah.  The 8th Annual Spring Seminar will be held at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main Street, South Yarmouth, MA, on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, from 8:30am to 3:00pm.  The seminar, although primarily held as an educational opportunity for CCADA members, is also open to other members of the antique community and the public at large who wish to gain additional knowledge on selected topics of interest. This year, the three topics, and the experts presenting them, are:

  • “The Art of Restoring Antique Paintings and Frames” by Ron Lindholm and Tracy Nee, of Cape Cod Picture Framing and Restoration, Dennis, MA. Ron has 38 years experience in custom framing and restoration and his daughter Tracy has 17 years experience;
  • “The Decades of New England Glassmaking” by Jay Rogers, a well known glass dealer owns Rose Colored Glass in Ogunquit, Maine;
  • “Mysteries of the Pirate Ship Whydah” by Christopher Macort, Director of the Whydah  Pirate Museum in Yarmouth, will talk about the mysteries surrounding this 19th Century pirate ship that sank off Wellfleet;

The cost for the seminar is $25.00, and includes morning coffee and lunch, being provided by the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.  Advanced registration is required by April 21, 2017, call the Cultural Center at 508-394-7100 or mail a check payable to CCADA to Barbara Adams, 289 Old Main Street, S. Yarmouth, MA 02664.  For additional information, contact Barbara Adams at 508-760-3290.


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