Directions
We are located on Route 22 (Highway 22), not quite 2.5 miles north of the intersection of I684 and I84. This is not in the village of Brewster, it's north of the village.

Heading north on Route 22 we are the driveway, on the right, before the Shell gas station which is just past the first traffic light on Route 22 going North Direction Pawling (when coming from either I684 or I84).

Heading east on I84 (toward Danbury): take exit 20 N and follow the direction 22 North toward Pawling.

Heading west on I84 (toward Newburgh): take exit 20, bear right on the exit ramp and follow the direction 22 North toward Pawling.

Heading north on I684 (toward Brewster): continue I684 to its end, taking no exits. At the end I684 becomes Route 22 North direction Pawling.

Easiest routes from: 
Manhattan: get on 87 going north, then either take 287 going east or Saw Mill River Parkway going north. On 287 going east take exit 9A = I684 going north to Brewster. On Saw Mill Parkway go to it's end and merge into I684 going north to Brewster.

From the West side of Manhattan take the Hudson River Parkway going north, continue on Saw Mill Parkway going north then merge into I684 going north.

Please be mindful that Saw Mill River Parkway gets easily flooded and can be dangerous in high wind situations (lots of trees along the parkway).

Greenwich, CT: take I684 going north to Brewster.

Stamford, CT: Take route 104 (Long Ridge Road) to Bedford, then go west on Route 172 and take I684 going north to Brewster.

Ridgefield, CT:
- take route 35 going east to I684 going north to Brewster.
- or Route 7 going north to Danbury then I84 going west to NY.
- or Route 116 north toward North Salem, bear right for Route 121 toward Brewster. At the end of 121 turn left into Routes 202/6 going west. Turn right at the first light for Route 22 going north toward Pawling. 

Tappan Zee bridge: take 287 going east or Saw Mill River Parkway going north. On 287 going east take exit 9A = I684 going north to Brewster. On Saw Mill Parkway go to it's end and merge into I684 going north to Brewster.

Please be mindful that Saw Mill River Parkway gets easily flooded and can be dangerous in high wind situations (lots of trees along the parkway).

Whitestone Bridge: Bear left after the bridge for Hutchinson Parkway going north. At exit 26 bear left and follow the direction for I684 going north toward Brewster. 

Throgs Neck Bridge: Go north on I295 / I95 and continue on Hutchinson Parkway going north. At exit 26 bear left and follow the direction for I684 going north toward Brewster. 

From Dover Plains, Millbrook, Pawling & Patterson: go south on Route 22. Go through the two traffic lights of the A&P shopping plaza in Brewster (south of the junction with 312). 

The lodge in on the left just past the Shell station. 

Upcoming Antiques and Collectible Appraisal Days


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​​​Astor Galleries presents our upcoming 

Antique Appraisal Road Show Events


  • SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2019, FROM 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM 

At the Elks Lodge, Brewster, New York

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Brewster, New York, Sunday, June 2, 2019. 


Astor Galleries presents an ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY EVENT to benefit the Brewster Elks, and its local charities.


Astor Galleries will be bringing a team of recognized expert appraisers including Stephen Cardile (long time appraiser), Mara Dean (fine art appraiser), and 
Alex Salazar (fine art consultant). The experts will appraise all types of Antiques, Collectibles and Vintage Items.

No appointments are made or necessary (sorry we cannot take reservations).  Items will be appraised for just $10 each (or $25 for 3 items) with no limit to the number of items you can have appraised.

By popular demand qualified consignments will be accepted plus gold, silver, and coins will be purchased.


CONTACT: For more information, send an email to info@astorgalleries.com or call 800-784-7876. 


IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT YOU CAN ALSO SUBMIT PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUR  ITEMS THROUGH THE $10 APPRAISAL TAB ABOVE.


A LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO MAKE HOUSE CALLS BY APPOINTMENT AFTER THE EVENT*. 

*There is no charge for these house calls however, they are reserved for people who have a significant number of items that they would like to sell or who are looking for a more formal appraisal (for which there is a charge).


*If you would like to see if you qualify for a house call please send us an email to info@astorgalleries.com and/or follow the Step 2 instructions on the $10 appraisal tab above.


Astor Galleries has been holding these events throughout the Hudson Valley in order to educate the general public as to the true value of their items. We do so because many of our local customers have had negative experiences trying to evaluate and/or sell items via an estate, tag or yard sale.
 
As many people do not have access to a quick and affordable appraisal, the Antique Appraisal Event is a welcome event in their community. These events benefit local organizations and are Astor Galleries’ way of giving back to the community.

Mr. Cardile has been appraising fine jewelry, art, antiques and collectibles for over 35 years.

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​DIRECTIONS to the Brewster Elks Lodge

​1430 Route 22, Brewster, NY 10509