2021 example CONVENTION LUNCH MENU (provided Free of charge)

Tuesday, July 27

Baked Ham

Baked Chicken 

Cheesy Potatoes

Green Beans



Wednesday July 28

 Hot dogs

Potato Salad

Baked beans

Cole Slaw Dessert

Sloppy Joes

Thursday July 29





Thursday, July 29

If you plan to attend convention, please consider joining us for our banquet on the evening of July 29.


Baked Steak OR

Chicken Parmesan


Green Beans

Roasted Potatoes

Dinner Roll


Please see registration form included with your April/May issue of Butterfly Net AND the June/July issue.


Dinner is being provided by Jo Mama's Kitchen.


July 28

Fresh Pie made locally from DaVinci's

with locally made Broughton's Ice Cream.


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FAGCA Convention...

a fun gathering of fellow Fenton collectors and friends.

45th Annual


July 27, 28, & 29th


We are pleased to announce FAGCA's tentative 45th Annual Convention. The theme this year - For the Love of Fenton - planned for you by convention co-chairs John/Ruth Ann Cox and Bryan/Mary Nagle. Festivities will once again take place at First Baptist Church of Williamstown, located at 431 Highland Avenue. We feel this location has served our needs perfectly since 2016, affording our members the freedom to choose lodging which best suits their needs. We truly appreciate the continued hospitality of First Baptist Church.

First Baptist Church of Williamstown

431 Highland Avenue

Williamstown, WV 26187


Tuesday, July 27
7:00 – 8:00 Display Table Setup
7:30 – 10:00 Convention Registration
8:00 First Timer Meeting
8:30 – 10:00 FAGCA Exclusive Glass Sales
10:00 - 10:15 Convention WELCOME by Pres. John Cox
10:15 – 11:45 Hands-on Workshop: Painting with CC Hardman
11:45 – 12:45 Lunch provided
1:00 – 2:30 Seminar TBA
2:30 -5:30 Consignment Auction Setup
5:30 – 6:30 Auction Preview
6:30 FAGCA Annual Consignment Auction (Open to the public)
Concessions/snacks available

Wednesday, July 28

8:00 - 10:00 Seminar TBA
10:00 – 11:45 Glass ID with Dave Fetty, James Measell, George & Nancy Fenton
11:45 – 12:45 Lunch provided
1:00--2:30 Display table review

2:30--4:00 Seminar TBA

6:00 Pie and ice cream social

Thursday, July 29th
9:00 – 10:15 Seminar TBA
10:15 – 11:30 Take Down Display Tables
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch provided
12:30 – 1:30 Annual Meeting and Election of Officers
2:00 – 5:00 Special Auction/Banquet Setup
Free time to visit local shops – Williamstown/Parkersburg/Marietta
5:15 Doors open for Banquet
5:30 Banquet with Special Speaker*, Followed by Special Auction


Our 2021 Consignment Auction will be held at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, July 27 at First Baptist Church of Williamstown (431 Highland Ave). Doors open at 5:30.


~This auction is open to the public!~


  We have 150+ lots of stunning Fenton from several different consigners.  This auction includes many Limited Edition, One Of A Kind, Museum Numbered, and Fenton Family Signed pieces!

PLEASE NOTE:  We do accept absentee bids.  Please call the FAGCA Office at 304-375-6196 and leave your name, number, lot numbers, and amount you would like to bid.


Our link will be provided by Mr. Randy Clark to the entire catalog of auction lot photos.  Thank you, Randy!  Please click auction link below to view:

2021 catalog coming soon!

2019 Consignment Auction Catalog BELOW

(2021 catalog coming soon):

The FAGCA Board of Trustees hope you are making plans to attend convention this year (national crisis permitted). Please also consider displaying your favorite collection for everyone's viewing pleasure.  Photos of past table displays can be seen below, so you have an idea how fellow members have shared their glass collections. Prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place - voted on by YOU!

If you wish to do a table display this year, let us know and we will be happy to assist you!  Smile 

We would like to thank each of you for attending and supporting our 2016 40th Annual Convention! Thank you for making this year a tremendous success! We wouldn't be a club without you! We sincerely hope to see you all next year!
FAGCA's special tour of the factory on August 4, 2016 was to include a small companion booklet for review during the tour. Unfortunately, we were unable to put this booklet together in time for the tour. We are thrilled our attendance exceeded the numbers we were expecting, but this caused some members to go home without this little momento. Please feel free to view the booklet below, in photgraphic form. Excerpts taken from "Fenton Glass: The 2nd 25 Years" and "Fenton Glass: The 3rd 25 Years" both by William Heacock and "The Fenton Story of Glass Making" by Alan Linn.