Still going strong after 26 years

Marlene Stratton, Kathleen Drummond, Denise Webberand Deidre Morgan preparing signs for the 2015 QuotaInternational of Papakura Antique Fair.

Marlene Stratton, Kathleen Drummond, Denise Webberand Deidre Morgan preparing signs for the 2015 QuotaInternational of Papakura Antique Fair.

Quota members are busy once again planning for their 26th annual Antiques Fair.
Antiques dealers from all over New Zealand rate this Quota Antiques Fair as the best one they attend. All funds raised go to local charities and this year will support the GoBabyGo mobility cars for disabled children as well as funding local families with deaf children to attend a special camp. In addition, Quota continues its long association with the Papakura Family Centre, helping fund necessary improvements to facilities for local children.
The Antiques Fair will be held in the Drury School Hall from Friday 3 July until Sunday 5 July. There will be a special gala night on Friday 3rd July at 7.30pm.
Tickets available for $20 at the door. This is a great opportunity to get in early to view the wonderful range of antiques on display. During the weekend – hours are 10.00am until 4.00pm- Quota members will provide delicious food in the café that operates all weekend in the hall.
Weekend admission is $5 and there will be a valuer available on Sunday from 10.30am until 2pm. $5 per item, with a maximum of 3 items.
Make it a family excursion.
Quota members would love to see you there.

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