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Annual Glass Show - June 24-25, 2022

Pritchard Laughlin Center Each year the NCC sponsors a Glass Show in conjunction with the Annual Convention, at the Pritchard-Laughlin Civic Center in Cambridge, Ohio (see map). The show features a number of quality dealers, some of whom only exhibit at this show.

The 2022 Glass Show & Sale features glass by Cambridge of course, but also glass by other manufacturers such as Heisey, Imperial, Morgantown, Fenton, Duncan Miller, Tiffin, Westmoreland and much, much more. Come join us for one of the best and prettiest Elegant glass shows in the area. Held at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center, Cambridge, Ohio. Exit 176 off interstate 70 .

Show Hours: Friday, June 24 - 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. , Saturday June 25 - 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission $5.00 - Good for both days.

 

 

Glass Dash - Saturday June 25

St Benedict's School Each year at the NCC Convention, there is an off-site sale known as the "Glass Dash." This event begins at 7:00 AM in St. Benedict's Gymnasium in downtown Cambridge, and lasts only until 11:00 AM that same morning. Dealers have only one or two tables, and they can only begin unpacking their glass when the "Dash" opens at 7:00 AM. Traditionally, this event was supposed to be for collectors to be able to sell off some parts of their collection that were duplicates or no longer wanted. However, in recent years, the preponderance of sellers are regular glass dealers, offering a subset of their regular merchandise. Generally speaking, the glass sold at the "Dash" tends to be nearly all Cambridge.

Admission to the Glass Dash depends upon when you arrive. For the first hour (beginning at 7:00 AM), the early bird admission is $10.00, while those arriving after 8:30 AM pay only $4.00. St. Benedict's Gymnasium is located at 701 Steubenville Ave in Cambridge, Ohio (see map).

If you are interested in setting up as a dealer at the Glass Dash, contact Larry Everett or Frank Wollenhaupt.

 

Guernsey County Supported by a grant from the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau