Hermitage Museum Outdoor Craft Show

The Hermitage Museum's annual  outdoor craft show will be set up on the tree shaded front lawn of the Hermitage Museum with over sixty exhibitors participating with arts and crafts.  The sponsor is the Friends of the Hermitage and the show is promoted by P.J.'s Promotions.  

Just some of the items shown are stained and painted glass, pottery, re-purposed metal art, cutting boards, turned wood pens, bowls and pepper mills, fiber, candles, soaps, art, 20th century area train station prints. Also decoupage, apparel, florals, sports clocks, olive oils, dried herb mixes, salsa, totes, pillows, herbal products and much more. 

The Hermitage Museum will be open for tours. Admission is $4. The show is held rain or shine. For more information go to our web site or call 201-666-1340.

Contact Information
  1. P.J.'s Promotions
  2. 201-666-1340
  3. pjspro123@aol.com
Sat, August 11
10:00 am — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/11/2018 10:00am 08/11/2018 5:00pm America/New_York Hermitage Museum Outdoor Craft Show

The Hermitage Museum's annual outdoor craft show will be set up on the tree shaded front lawn of the Hermitage Museum with over sixty exhibitors participating with arts and crafts. The sponsor is the Friends of the Hermitage and the show is promoted by P.J.'s Promotions.

Just some of the items shown are stained and painted glass, pottery, re-purposed metal art, cutting boards, ...

335 North Franklin Turnpike Hohokus, NJ 07423

Hermitage Museum

335 North Franklin Turnpike
Hohokus, NJ 07423

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