23rd Annual Cranbury Craft Show, hosted by the Cranbury Education Foundation

23rd Annual Cranbury Craft Show, hosted by the Cranbury Education Foundation (non-profit)
March 7, 10am-4pm
March 8, 11am-4pm
$5 adults, $3 Students and Seniors, under 12 Free
Location: Cranbury School, 23 North Main Street, Cranbury, New Jersey 08512
The historic village of Cranbury awakens to host its annual Cranbury Craft Show featuring over 100 juried artisans. New crafters will join returning favorites to showcase unique creations of jewelry, silks, ceramics, toys, wood crafts, furniture, florals, glass, clothing, and more. There will be raffles with winners announced hourly, a garden cafe and a kids mural where the littlest creators may leave their mark on this whimsical weekend event.
Tickets at eventbrite.com; visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cranburycraftshow/
Contact Information
  1. cranburynjcraftshow@gmail.com
Sat, March 07
10:00 am — 4:00 pm
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23rd Annual Cranbury Craft Show, hosted by the Cranbury Education Foundation (non-profit)

March 7, 10am-4pm

March 8, 11am-4pm

$5 adults, $3 Students and Seniors, under 12 Free

Location: Cranbury School, 23 North Main Street, Cranbury, New Jersey 08512

The historic village of Cranbury ...

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