FAIRHAVEN ANTIQUE FESTIVAL
Fairhaven is held in a small unincorporated community in eastern Israel Township, Preble County, Ohio, it lies along State Route 177 & around David Goods home. Fairhaven was laid out and platted in 1832. Fairhaven is a commendatory name for the scenic location of the original town site. A post office was established at Fairhaven in 1833, and remained in operation until 1932.
Fairhaven Antiques Festival started around 1975 with the Fairhaven Antiques Festival Association & continued til 2011 and held the first week of June. The FAFA started out with John Auraden (1936 - 2003), Clark Garrett (1927-1987), Harriet Schmitt (1923 - 2015) & later David Good that still lives in the home above where the show will be taking place & across the street which he also owns. . By popular demand, Bovard Promotions, LLC., has decided to revive the show after being closed for 9 years.
Fairhaven Antiques Festival has had exhibitors from New England states to Southern State as far south as Florida to far as West of Texas with customers coming from all over the country. This coming year 2021, we have around 50 exhibitors from New England states (Maine, New Hampshire, Mass., ), exhibitors from Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Penn., South Carolina, Tenn., Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin.
The gates will open Thursday morning at 10am and end at 6pm & Friday morning at 10am -5pm. with a $10 admission.
See you all Thursday morning,
Katherine Bovard of
Bovard Promotions, LLC