Dr. Wm. Robinson Annual Vendor & Craft Event

DR. WM. ROBINSON MUSEUM - ANNUAL VENDOR & CRAFT EVENT  being held on Saturday, September 18th, (Rain date Sunday) ... ... ... 9am to 3pm 

➡️ Come out and visit our 50+ Vendors and Crafters ⬅️

➡️ Refreshments being sold by the Museum. Come enjoy a nice breakfast / lunch while supporting our awesome Vendors as well as the Museum.

➡️VENDORS:  
House of Cork,  Jenny's Canvas, Color Street Nails, Sassy Leah Shop, Avon by Dee,  Crafted by Nan, Elle Elle Crafts, Baubles Jewelry, Simply Serene by Lori, Inspired by RTV, Embellish Designz, Adria'scape soy Candles, Victoria's Lovely Leggings, Elk River Soap, Paparazzi $5 Jewelry, Wood decorations by Terri McManus, Re-Creative Resources Crystals - minerals - mojo bags-spiritual, Jessy Flossy Pocket books, Party-lite Candles, Zen-Sational Gifts, The Body Shoppe, Ocean Baby Blues wine glass globes +, Scentsy, Captured Memories, Second Stage Creations pottery, Highland Hills Farms, Jam Fusion, Jersey Design Shoppe, Genealogy by Shawn, Lauren's Craft Shack, Timeless Ribbons,  Thirty-One, Aires Candles, Art By Jess, MA Favors, Knit Buds, Jessica Munoz shoes & bags, Zermat International Perfume & more, ➡️Huge selection of hair bows-ties-accessories, Soy Candles, Jewelry, Wooden Decorations, Wreaths, and sooooo much more... ... ...

➡️ This event is entirely outdoors.  Social distancing will be followed based on current CDC guidelines.

➡️ All museum staff are volunteers. All money generated will help benefit our local, non-profit museum. 

➡️ Please contact Nancy Ann if you have any questions or need additional information regarding this event  Nnancypat@comcast.net

Contact Information
  1. Nancy Ann
  2. #848-235-8961
  3. Nnancypat@comcast.net
Sat, September 18
9:00 am — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/18/2021 9:00am 09/18/2021 3:00pm America/New_York Dr. Wm. Robinson Annual Vendor & Craft Event

DR. WM. ROBINSON MUSEUM - ANNUAL VENDOR & CRAFT EVENT being held on Saturday, September 18th, (Rain date Sunday) ... ... ... 9am to 3pm

➡️ Come out and visit our 50+ Vendors and Crafters ⬅️

➡️ Refreshments being sold by the Museum. Come enjoy a nice breakfast / lunch while supporting our awesome Vendors as well as the Museum.

➡️VENDORS:
House of Cork, Jenny's Canvas, Color ...

593 Madison Hill Road Clark, NJ 07066

Dr. Wm. Robinson Museum

593 Madison Hill Road
Clark, NJ 07066

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