- Antiques Estates Collection (Alexandria, VA)
- April's Antiques (Alexandria, VA)
- Steve Bennetts Antiques (Gaithersburg, MD)
- Capitol Antiques (Gaithersburg, MD)
- Fleshman's Antiques (New Market, MD)
- Elaine Hawes Antiques (Alexandria, VA)
- Rodja Williams Antiques (Gaithersburg, MD)
- Peter Rich Antiques (Arlington, VA)
- Smiths Antiques (Mount Airy, MD)
- Taylor & Reed/Grandma’s Things (Barnesville, MD)
- Robert Esterly Antiques (New Market, MD)
Appraisals will be conducted by Johnsville Auction House http://www.johnsvilleauctions.com/
Rocklands Farm will be offering wine tasting
Historical Talks - On Saturday, February 16 at 2PM, Historian Clarence Hickey will be speaking about 19th century physician and Civil War surgeon Dr. Edward Stonestreet.
Food - The Knights of Columbus and The Saint Mary's Haiti Twinning Committee will be providing concessions. Father Kevin has promised to make his famous chili, as well.
Silent Auction - Dozens of items are available for bidding in our silent auction. Come to bid, or enter your own!
Live Auction - Johnsville Auction House will lead our live auction from 3PM-5PM on Saturday, February 16th. Members of the community may bid upon auction items for only the cost of admission. Individuals and dealers may also sell their items at auction for a nominal listing fee plus 15% commission upon sale.
Supporting our charitable efforts.
Our Council of the Knights of Columbus is involved in different activities including the church and community. Funds raised go toward helping those in need both here and abroad.
WUMCO Food bank - In addition to monetary donations, we sponsor food drives for the food bank that serves Western and Upper Montgomery County.
Shady Grove Pregnancy Center - We provide free dinners for participants in their new parent classes and regularly donate to the center.
Circle of Hope Therapeutic Riding Center - We provide funds to support their efforts and even bought a horse for them.
St Joseph's Church in Carcasse Haiti - Working with the parishioners in Haiti the twin parishes have built a rectory, built and staff a school including the addition of solar panels for a computer class, fostered a coffee growers co-operative to provide an income for local farmers, and fund medical missions that bring doctors to Carcasse for much needed medical care. A group is leaving soon to install new solar panels, replacing those lost in last years hurricane. The hope is to power a new well with the panels to provide clean drinking water.
Veterans support -We provide funds and volunteer with the Poolesville Military Support Group's annual wounded soldier picnic and fishing tournament.
Medical Mission in Honduras - We provide funds to ship medical supplies to a local monastery that is the base for a medical mission to Honduras.