Stichter to give ‘examinations’

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WHERE: Troy-Hayner Cultural Center.

WHEN: Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 pm. Note: This event is free and open to the public.

TITLE: My Belongings in the 21st Century…Where Do I Go From Here

Jerry Stichter

Jerry Stichter

BRIEF ABOUT: Many people have amassed antique treasures and historic collections only to find that their children have little interest in their historic preservation. In the second of the Antiques Seminars Series for 2013, auctioneer and appraiser Jerry Stichter  (  has some ideas to help collectors disperse the items that are important to them.

MORE DETAILS: Call 937.339.0457 or Note: on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 pm, the next series will feature Decorating With Antiques, which will be presented by David Fair.

troy-hayner centerAbout: Formerly the home of Mary Jane Hayner, the 1914 Romanesque mansion houses a lively community arts center. Eight exhibits are presented annually. Performing arts events, speakers, films, antiques seminars, workshops and family activities are among the cultural and educational programs offered free and open to the public. Classes in art and a variety of other subjects are offered for children and adults. The Troy-Hayner Center houses historic furnishings and works of art, a Victorian doll house, and a permanent exhibition about the Hayner Distillery Company. The facilities of the Center are available for public use. There is no admission fee to visit the Center or its exhibits.

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