19th Annual Sugarloaf Crafts Festival

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250 Artisans Showcase “A Sensory Celebration” in Somerset, NJ

Garden State Exhibit Center 50 Atrium Drive Somerset, NJ 08873

Show Hours:
– Friday, March 9 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
– Saturday, March 10 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
– Sunday, March 11 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission (valid all three days):
– Adults $7 online; $9 at the door. Children under 12 free. Ticket valid for all 3 days.

A kick-start to spring! More than 250 of the nation’s most accomplished craftspeople invite spring cleaners and sun-seekers to awaken their senses and treat themselves to something special. The jury-selected craftspeople personally show and sell their handmade works at the award-winning Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, offering their of one-of-a-kind handmade items in functional and decorative pottery, sculpture, glass, jewelry, fashion, wood, metal, furniture, home accessories, photography, and fine art. The Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Somerset will feature: – “A Sensory Celebration,” the show’s new theme, highlights the full experience of enjoying fine, contemporary American crafts with thousands handcrafted items to touch, see, taste, smell and hear. – Gourmet foods and favorites—including candies and chocolates, hearty soups, artisan breads, jams and dips, syrups, and olive oils—will be available to sample and purchase from dozens of specialty food purveyors. – Master craftspeople will show how their work is made in continuous live demonstrations. – Family entertainment includes interactive children’s activities and live contemporary music. For more information, including driving directions and admission discounts, visit www.sugarloafcrafts.com or call (800) 210-9900. Free parking is available on site.

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