The South Florida Depression Glass Club’s purpose is to promote an awareness and appreciation of American depression era glassware and to promote glass collecting as a hobby. The club was founded in the 1970’s and meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose Adult Center, 2030 Polk Street, Hollywood, FL. Meetings include a business section, “show and tell,” glass identification, a program presented by a member or guest speaker, and refreshments. The meetings are a fun gathering of both novice and advanced collectors and anyone interested in American glassware, dinnerware, and pottery.
Since 1974 the club has sponsored an Annual Show and Sale where dealers and collectors gather to purchase wonderful items for their collections, homes, friends, and family and to learn about the companies that created these treasures.
For more information about the club or joining us as a guest or new member, please contact our Membership Chairperson, Mary at (305) 322-4198 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or download the club membership application to print and mail.
Our NEWS page will be the place to find information and photos of what the club has been up to. The CLUB CALENDAR page has information and photos of the talks/programs presented at the monthly meetings.