KL Communications, producer of the Fine Furnishings & Fine Craft Shows, released its 2011 schedule.
The New Year brings some date and venue changes in Baltimore while still providing attendees at all three shows with the quality craftsmanship and innovative designs that make these shows a unique experience, according to the producer. This year each location will feature new product debuts, the Annual Best in Show awards, demonstrations, special exhibits and more.
The third annual Baltimore Fine Furnishings & Fine Craft Show runs April 15-17 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The show will be held on Level 300 of the convention center.
"It is a lovely exhibit space at the corner of Pratt Street and Charles Street," says show manager Karla Little. "It is at the east end of the convention center next to the Inner Harbor and has access to the spectacular new roof garden overlooking Pratt Street."
The sixth annual Milwaukee Fine Furnishings & Fine Craft Show returns Sept. 30-Oct. 2 to The Garage at the Harley-Davidson Museum.
"The rich heritage of Harley-Davidson and the spectacular architectural backdrop the museum provides continues to be an inspirational venue for attendees and exhibitors alike," says Little.
Rounding out the show calendar is the 16th annual Providence Fine Furnishings & Fine Craft Show, which returns Oct. 21-23 to the Rhode Island Convention Center. "The longest running of the three shows, the Providence Show hopes to bring exciting surprises to faithful attendees while reaching out to newcomers," says Little.
For information, visit www.finefurnishingsshows.com.