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to promote the growth of knowledge in the antiques and collectibles fields.
Southern Oregon Antiques & Collectibles Club (SOACC) puts on two Antiques & Collectibles Show and Sales each year, in March and September.
We do a variety of social exchanges including:
--Regular meetings the 1st Wednesday of each month
--Miscellaneous social events
We invite you to join us! Click here for a Membership Application.
'Saving Our Past for the Future'
Our Next Show...
SOUTHERN OREGON ANTIQUES
& COLLECTIBLES CLUB
31st ANNUAL FALL
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES SHOW & SALE
MEDFORD ARMORY ** MEDFORD, OREGON
1701 S. Pacific Hwy, 1-5 Exit 27
The show will run Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29. On Saturday the show will be open at 9:00 until 6:00 p.m. Sunday hours will be from 10:00 to 4:00 p.m. Admission to the show is $4.00 and includes return privileges.
SOACC Club members donate their time to make this event an educational and learning experience.
Visitors to the show are welcome to browse, ask questions, talk to the dealers who have traveled throughout the United States.
Proceeds from the show will benefit the Jackson County Library System, VA Domiciliary Library, Medford City Parks Swim Program, Wood House, SOPTV, Boy Scout Troop 110 & Medford Rail Road Park .
Throughout the years the club's generous contributions of Antique & Collectible Books & Price Guides to the Jackson County Library System have been loaned to Libraries Nationwide. Library staff will have donated books on display that are available for check out to those having a library card.
Ask anyone who has ever been to an S.O.A.C.C. Show and Sale and they will tell you there are several things besides the great variety of merchandise that makes it special. The most notable being the guests who preside over the Identification Booth. The $3.00 fee is a donation to the Medford City Parks Scholarship Swim Program.
The popularity of the ID Booth has made it a show tradition offering service to the show patrons in dating and identifying their heirlooms and treasures. If you don't know what it is, how old it is, who made it or if it's worth anything, come and let experts give you the answers.
Features of the show are: Hall Of Restoration with glass repair by Dr. Chip, doll repair by Life's Little Treasures. Skills of Yesteryear will be doing demonstrations of Quilting, Weaving, Bobbin Lace, Spinning, Needlework, and Tatting. Skills of Today: features Rogue Genealogical Society.
Visit our restaurant featuring fine food provided by Quality Catering and served by the Boys Scouts.