Find Out What’s in Your Attic

At St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Bridgehampton
Dawn Watson

Fans of “Antiques Road Show” can take their own trash or treasures to St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Bridgehampton on Saturday. The event, Antique Treasures, will allow participants to take up to three items that they simply love and want to know more about, or hate but have kept because Grandmother said it was of great value. Either way, for $30, attendees can learn the truth about their keepsakes, which can be anything from decorative and fine arts to jewelry, silver, and small antiques.

The program, hosted by St. Ann’s Outreach Program, will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participating appraisers include Terry Wallace of the Wallace Gallery in East Hampton, Gary Weinshank, Marsha Malinowski, Leonard Davenport, Kevin Tierney, and Robert Barker.

A reception and house tour will take place that night, at a 300-year-old house in Water Mill. Tickets for the reception cost $125 per person and $225 per couple. Tickets for the appraisal can be bought in advance at antiquetreasuresday.com. Proceeds from the event will benefit East End Hospice, the Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, and Maureen’s Haven.