It may not be the famous “Antiques Roadshow,” but Madison Public Library will hold its version of the popular show to help celebrate the library’s 100th birthday!
If you have something that is 50, 75 or even 100 years old (people not included), and want to know if it is worth anything, bring an item or two to the library at 7 p.m. March 21. A local antiques expert will let you know its approximate value.
The event is free and no registration is required.
Tom Jerpbak, who opened Ye Olde Oaken Bucket in Painesville in 1988, will be at the library. He is well known and respected for his knowledge of antiques and coins. Even after closing the shop’s doors in 2017, Jerpbak still offers his services to the community. He is a past president of the North East Ohio Antique Dealers Association.
The evening with the Friends of the Madison Public Library and the Madison Historical Society will include refreshments.
The library is at 6111 Middle Ridge Road, Madison.