Posted by Jay on October 9, 2007 at 07:41 AM CST
If you live in the Washington DC, Maryland, or Virginia area, stop by Ashburn, VA this Saturday for the 2nd Annual DCSWCC Roadshow!

The DC Metro Area Star Wars Collecting Club (DCSWCC) presents the 2nd semiannual Star Wars Roadshow. The event will be held at the Ashburn Library in Ashburn, Virginia on October 13th, 2007 from 1pm-4pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Scour the attic! Clean out the basement! Dump out the toyboxes! Bring your Star Wars stuff - old or new - to the Star Wars Roadshow for an expert analysis and appraisal. Meet Jedi, stormtroopers, and maybe even Darth Vader himself! Free give-aways and door prizes!

Local experts on Star Wars collectibles will be on hand to evaluate items brought to the event, much like the famous "Antiques Roadshow" on PBS. Do you have an old Star Wars toy lying around, some old comic books, cards and stickers, or any other interesting or unique piece of Star Wars history? If so, clean out those attics and bring your Star Wars toys and collectibles.

DCSWCC members will also be displaying various items from their collections, so come join the fun.

For more information about DCSWCC, visit our website: http://www.dcswcc.com

For directions to the library check out their website:
Ashburn Library
43316 Hay Rd
Ashburn, VA 20147
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/ashburn/index.htm

This event is not affiliated with Lucasfilm Ltd., Public Broadcasting System, The Antiques Roadshow, or the Loudoun County Public Library.

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