>> FALL TREASURE HUNTS: The Main Line Antiques Show returns to the Dixon Center at Cabrini University Oct. 1-2. More than 40 dealers from the East Coast and Midwest will offer everything from art to jewelry to porcelain. Among the locals scheduled to attend: Bryn Mawr’s Sabina A. Wood Art & Antiques, featuring 19th-century fine photography, paintings, prints, and Native American and tribal art; West Chester’s H.L. Chalfant American Fine Art and Antiques, which specializes in 18th- and 19th-century American fine art and furniture; and Haverford’s McClees Galleries, experts in paintings from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Clover Market continues its fall season on Oct. 23 in Bryn Mawr, with a final appearance this year on Nov. 6. The open-air market will host 35 first-time vendors, along with a number of new food options.