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San Mateo, California 94403

Spring cleaning? Nope! Spring shopping! And there?s no better place than the Spring Hillsborough Antique Show and Sale, featuring 175,000 square feet of Antiques and Collectibles offered by over 550 dealers from around the globe. This annual event, which benefits the United Voluntary Services, will be held Thursday, April 27 through Sunday, April 30 at the San Mateo Expo Center in San Mateo. Thursday, Friday and Saturday hours are 11 am-8 pm; Sunday hours are 11 am-5pm. General admission is $6.00. For more information, call 208-939-7460 or visit the website at www.hillsboroughantiqueshow.com The expansive San Mateo Expo Center will be filled with an extraordinary array of fine art, decorative art, fine furniture, home accessories and unique collectibles of every type. Whether people are starting out in their first homes, looking for a new look and feel or just searching for the ?perfect piece? to complete a room, the Hillsborough Antique Show and Sale will have something for every taste and budget. And, since all the dealers will be on site, it?s a perfect way to determine how to value antiques and what to look for when shopping for antiques and collectibles. ?The popularity of TV programs such as ?Antique Road Show? has created a renewed interest and passion for antiques,? said Bob Taylor, manager of the Hillsborough Antique Show and Sale. ?We pride ourselves in the quality of our products and the reputation of our dealers, so when people visit the show, they know they are investing not just buying.? New to this year?s show is an appearance by KCBS Radio veteran Al Hart on Friday, April 28, from 12Noon-3pm. Hart, who was a mainstay in morning drive for the highly-rated all-news station before his retirement from the airwaves, will be on hand to chat with fans, sign autographs and check out the merchandise. He continues to be heard on KCBS, Monday-Friday at 8:20am when he and sports legend, John Madden do their own special version of the sports scene. A self-described frustrated crooner, Hart has promised to sing a few tunes to add a little more spice to the day. Proceeds from the Hillsborough Antique Show and Sale benefit United Voluntary Services, a non-profit organization that came into being two days after Pearl Harbor Day, when a group of women organized to help with civil defense. Since then, U.V.S. has become one of the largest all volunteer groups of men, women, girls and boys. The U.V.S. members work together under the banner of their greatest common denominator ? SERVICE. Recently U.V.S. has structured a program with the Veteran Administration Medical Centers which are found throughout the United States.

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