11th Corn Flower festival coming to museum

From the Orangeville Citizen:

Dufferin County Museum and Archives (DCMA) will celebrate the famous Corn Flower glassware pattern at its Annual Corn Flower Festival this Sunday, June 7.

Pete and Lois (Hughes) Kayser, the owners and former operators of the WJ Hughes Corn Flower Company will be on hand to answer Corn Flower questions and visitors will be able to meet Krista Taylor, author of the “Canadian Identification & Price Guide to W. J. Hughes Corn Flower Glass” and Wayne Townsend, DCMA Curator and author of “Corn Flower – Creatively Canadian”.

Also planned for the day are ‘share sessions’, a consignment sale, live auction of Corn Flower glassware, and presentations focusing on you, the collector!

2 Responses to “11th Corn Flower festival coming to museum”

  1. Jillian says:

    I am hoping to attend the festival, though what happens if it rains? Does everything go inside? It will be my first year going, I’m really looking forward to it.

    You wouldn’t happen to know any of the times for any of the events would you?
    Thanks,
    Jillian

  2. Joyce says:

    Is there any buying or selling of cornflower at this event??????

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