From the Orangeville Banner:
The Dufferin County Museum & Archives’ (DCMA) annual Corn Flower Festival is returning for its 14th year.
The exhibit, held June 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will focus on showing the museum’s “stuff.”
More than 600 pieces of glass will be displayed during the event, including the museum’s coloured blanks collection dating back to 1920.
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!
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