Mission Statement:
The mission of Kent Association of Riding Therapy, Inc. (KART) is to help children and adults with disabilities enhance their developmental growth, physically, emotionally and cognitively.  KART uses a multi-faceted program
that involves therapeutic horseback riding, grooming and caring for the horse and comprehensive classroom instruction.




Despite the unfortunate events that took place at Washington College,
the 52nd Annual Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale
will take place as scheduled
Our hearts go out to the student’s family and friends
as we turn ourselves to moving forward as a community.


2015 Antiques Show
November 27 - November 29, 2015


Presented over Thanksgiving weekend, the Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale helps to fund the work of the Kent Association of Riding Therapy (KART), an agency that uses a multi-faceted program of therapeutic horseback riding and care of the horses to help children and adults with disabilities enhance their physical, emotional and cognitive developmental growth.

This Antiques Show has been supporting the mission of a non-profit for 52 years, offering a diverse selection of quality merchandise and exhibitors to satisfy antiques and vintage enthusiasts of all ages and interests. The Show has a roster of loyal exhibitors, consistently offering quality antiques, furnishings, accessories, art, jewelry, period pieces and silver, and has been augmented in recent years by the addition of exhibitors featuring oyster plates, decoys, Americana, 20th century and post-modern design.

This year patrons will see new exhibitors as well as the addition of a nationally recognized art and antiques appraiser, Todd Peenstra. Mr. Peenstra is a host on the “Appraisal Roadshow” shown on public television as well as appraising personal property for estate settlements, divorces, tax donations, estate planning, estate disbursements, and insurance issues. If you are curious about an heirloom, bring it to the Show, or if too large, bring in a picture. He will be at the show throughout the weekend conducting an “Antiques Roadshow” type event for patrons, at an additional modest fee of $10 for two items. He is generously donating any appraisal fees collected to KART! Please check out his website; www.peenstraappraisals.com

The show begins Friday, November 27 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. It continues Saturday, November 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, November 29 with a new opening time of 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Conveniently located at the Washington College Lifetime Fitness Center in Chestertown, Maryland, just off Washington Avenue, Route 213, the Show also offers a bake sale, on-site café, $500 raffle prize and free parking. General admission is $8; For more information about the show call 410-870-5596.


52nd Annual Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale Exhibitors


Dorothy Somerville
Ocean View, DE

Silver, Jewelry, Glassware

Curiosities Antiques
Charlotte Whitenight
Baltimore, MD

19th Century English Silver, China and Art, &  Fireplace Equipment

Smith House Gallery
Diane Afes Smith
Washington, DC

Silver, Glass, Porcelain,
Fine and Costume Jewelry

Barbara Rew Antiques
Barbara Rew
Towson, MD

Furniture, Accessories, Baltimore Silver

Ornaments & Antiques Ltd.
Peg Zurkowski
Beltsville, MD

Sterling Smalls, Christmas Ornaments, China and Figurines, Jewelry

Manlove’s Choice Antiques
Gary Manlove
Greenwood, DE 19950

Period American Furniture and Accessories, Clocks – Grandfather and Shelf

Athena Antiques
John Klosteridis
Timonium, MD

Antique, Estate and Fine Jewelry

Suhrprise Shop
Phyllis and Charles Suhr
Annapolis, MD

Country and Formal Furniture, Smalls, Paintings

Dark Horse Antiques
Mike Vasilik
Annapolis, MD
American Antiques & Folk Art

Tandem Antiques
Nancy Woll
Hillsboro, MD

18th & 19th Century China and Accessories, Antique Prints

 Monique’s Antiques
Henry and Signa Powell
Dunkirk, MD

Oyster Plates, Quimper Ceramics

State Street Antiques
Susanne Bradley
Easton, MD

China Platters, Biscuit Jars, Primitives, Redware

Hazel M. Giles Antiques
Hazel Giles
Glenville, NC

Furniture, French Opaline, Porcelain, Jewelry, Boxes

Lady Karen’s Antiques & Collectibles
Karen Stolzenbach
Preston, MD

Costume Jewelry, Victorian Accessories, Early Art Glass, Figurines, Platters

Kent Association of Riding Therapy
Worton, MD

Assorted Antiques and Collectibles

The Old Board
Don and Barbara Osburn
Easton, MD

English Smalls

Time Was Collectables
Ginny Metzler
Bridgeville, DE

China, Glass, Jewelry, Silver, Collectibles,
Small Furniture

Sandra’s Corner
Sandra L. Fonder
Smyrna, DE

Glassware, Train Items, Vintage Jewelry, Military,
Christmas, Boy Scouts, Postcards

Frogeye Co LLC
Jill Kent & Mark Solomons
Washington, DC

American Folk Art, Vintage Decoys,  
19th Century Country Furniture & Prints

Pete’s Pickins
Pete Clark
Georgetown, MD

Furniture, Vienna Bronze, Garden Statuary

Delaware Avenue Antiques Emporium
Tom Hubler & Kevin Parker
Laurel, DE

Victorian Smalls and Christmas

Peter Nee at Millwood Home
Peter Nee
Millwood, VA

Antiques and Decorative Furnishings,
Traditional to Post-Modern

Andrea’s Antiques
Andrea H. Sullivan
Philadelphia, PA

Oyster Plates and Related Collectibles,
Decoys, Nautical

Deer Forest Antiques
Tyla Workman
Bridgeville, DE

Depression Glass, Vintage Jewelry
and Other Items,
Pictures, Pottery, Small Furniture

 Seymour’s Sterling, Inc.
Jim Seymour
Denton, MD

Sterling Silver Flatware & Hollowware,
Estate and Antique Fine Jewelry

Wisteria Antiques
Michael Crowe

Kensington, Maryland

Primitive and Victorian Furniture,
Unique Small Goods, Jewelry,
and Other Fine Goods

 Historically Yours
Irene Averitte
Bridgeville, DE

Civil Ware Items, Pottery, Porcelain, Glass

Carter’s Cove
Theresa Jackson
Staunton, VA

Pre-1900 Smalls, Art Pottery from 1930s

The Old Pacrats
John and Elaine Engstrom
Newark, DE

Decoys, Nautical, Toys and Children’s Books,
Photos, Posters, NY World’s Fair – 1939, Maps

Wells Junction
Deb and Bill Wells
Centreville, MD

Railroad Memorabilia; 1920-1940s China, 1890-1970 Lanterns, Original Paper (i.e. menus, tickets, advertising), Locks, Flatware, Keys








Even if you are not a horse person, we will find a use for your talents…volunteer leadership and service takes many forms…the hard work of our volunteer board members before the time at the farm is essential to bringing the riders, program volunteers and donations together!  Click here to find out more!

KART | PO Box 126 | Worton, MD 21678 | KART is located at Worthmore Equestrian Center | 11570 Still Pond Road | Worton, MD 21678 | kentridingtherapy@gmail.com
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