St. Charles home show place to see, learn about, buy products
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ST. CHARLES, Mo. — The 11th annual Builders St. Charles Home Show is the place to shop the latest home products and services from more than 250 companies in one place.

The Builders St. Charles Home Show is from April 17 to April 19 at the St. Charles Convention Center, with free admission and parking. The show, produced by the Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri, will include approximately 350 booths, filling both levels of the facility.

Attend a seminar by Harry Rinker, national antiques and collectibles authority. Harry is an author, columnist, educator, lecturer, curmudgeon, private collector and dedicated accumulator. He owns a company that specializes in providing appraisal, editorial, educational, research and writing services in the antiques and collectibles field. “Rinker on Collectibles,” his weekly syndicated column now in its 28th year, appears in trade papers, periodicals and websites. Rinker hosts “Whatcha Got?,” a syndicated antiques and collectibles call-in radio show. Rinker starred in the television show “Collector Inspector” that aired on HGTV from 2002 to 2004 and has written more than 20 books about antiques and collectibles.

Rinker will present “What are My Things Worth When I Try to Sell Them?” This seminar explores what retail price means in the secondary antiques and collectibles market and will inclu…………… continues on Alton Telegraph

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The Warren Arts and Craft Beer Festival on April 25 in Downtown Washington will be all about things art. There will be original works of art in an array of styles, belly dancing, live music, cloggers, food, and beer. (courtesy photo)  

All things arts. That’s what the Warren Arts and Craft Beer Festival on April 25 in Downtown Washington will be all about. Original works of art in an array of styles, belly dancing, live music, cloggers, food, and beer are all on tap for this festive event.

Presented by the Washington Business Improvement District, Craft Beer was added to this year’s event line-up. The festival, sponsored by PNC Bank, Warren County Discount Liquors, Washington Discount Liquors, Mr. Music, Warren Hills Memorial Home, 99.9 The Hawk and Spin 107, and WRNJ, takes place along Route 57 throughout the Downtown and runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the Beer Tent open from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Arts Festival is also being presented through a grant from the Warren County Cultural & Heritage Commission.

This year’s event will be held on Saturday April 25 (rain date April 26) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are still…………… continues on NJ.com

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