Antiques, Annual Meetings and Amped-Up Workspaces
Here’s everything you need to know about the Whispering Pines Farm Antiques and Artisans Festival, the American Society of Interior Designers annual meeting and the new West Elm Workspace showroom.
Whispering Pines Farm Antiques and Artisans Festival
This weekend, Whispering Pines Farm will host its 2016 Biannual Antiques and Artisans Festival with more than 60 vendors at its grounds in Cabot, Butler County.
In addition to a large variety of antiques and products such as candles, soaps, clothing and art from local artisans, there will be a collection of antique cars, tractors and trucks on display on Sunday, when an antique car show will be held. A 1972 Richard Petty car will be on site Saturday and Sunday.
Kountry Katering, based out of Renfrew, Pa., will provide food at the event, serving a variety of items such as homemade sweet and hot Italian sausage, burgers, kielbasa, perogies and more. Weiners Gone Wild in Slippery Rock will also provide food.
Local bands Jenkins & Crum: Old Friends Music Crew and Tim Ball will provide sweet sounds from the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Admission is $5; free for children 12 and younger. The festival runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Handicap parking is available. No pets or alcohol is permitted.
On Thursday, the Pennsylvania West chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will host its annual meeting at Allegheny Millwork & Lumber’s new kitchen and bath showroom at 1001 Muriel St. on the South Side.
The meeting will kick off the year, honor members’ achievements and introduce the 2017 board.
The event, sponsored by Allegheny Millwork & Lumber and co-sponsored by Don’s Appliances, is free to students, members and non-members. Food and drink will be provided by Don’s Appliances.
Register for the annual meeting here.
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Anderson Interiors in Verona will open the first Pittsburgh location of West Elm Workspace, a showroom of all furnishings related to the office, on Thursday at 1133 Penn Ave., Downtown.
The 2,800-square-foot showroom is meant to “redefine the way you work” by providing a comfortable, stylish atmosphere with workers’ wellness in mind. It is furnished completely with products from the West Elm Workspace line, which has more than 100 designs, and produced with Inscape, a workplace manufacturing company of West Elm office furnishings based out of Falconer, N.Y.
“This collection is made for a new generation of workers who want dedicated spaces for quiet concentration, personal retreat, as well as seating and meeting areas designed for break-out sessions and creative collaboration,” says John Heller, Anderson’s vice president of sales and team leader of the new showroom, in a press release. “Work has changed, and we are so very excited to bring this personalization and flexibility to the new generation of Pittsburgh workers.”
The showroom will be open by appointment daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to those in the industry and the public. For more information, visit andersoninteriors.net or on Instagram at @westelmworkspacepgh.