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Fanwood's Annual “Celebrate Fall” Arts & Crafts Fair Takes Place on Sun, Sept. 10

Come visit the "Celebrate Fall" Arts & Crafts Fair located in the Fanwood Train Station on South Ave. Artisans & crafters will be displaying/selling their works. Come hungry for some good food too! Credits: JC Promotions, Inc.

FANWOOD, NJ -- The Annual “Celebrate Fall” Arts & Crafts Fair will be held at the Fanwood Train Station on Sunday, Sept. 10. The event will feature artisans selling and displaying their original work and will be open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Visitors will find a wide variety of items such as, paintings, sculpture, ironworks, metal works, glassworks, pottery, jewelry, fashion clothing, garden works, and much more. Additionally, there will be a wide variety of food being sold including shish kabob, French fries, gyros, burgers, kettle corn, zeppoles, ice cream and more.

This event is hosted by the Borough of Fanwood and produced by JC Promotions, Inc., an event planning company that produces over 50 annual events. JC events include juried arts & crafts fair, vintage & antique fairs, street fairs & festivals and flea market & collectible fairs. 

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