2017 Haddonfield Arts and Crafts festival is July 8-9

 The Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival is held on Kings Highway. (Natavan Werbock/for NewsWorks)

The Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival is held on Kings Highway. (Natavan Werbock/for NewsWorks)

The always popular Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts Festival returns to Kings Highway this weekend, July 8-9.

It’s the 25th time around for the two-day outdoor event and thousands are expected to throng the borough’s man drag and adjacent side streets.

Tented vendors (more than 250 of them) will line the borough’s main drag and adjacent side streets to showcase their juried art, crafts and gourmet edibles. Look for a wide variety of artwork and decorative crafts, including jewelry, photography, ceramics, kinetic wind sculptures, clothing and even specialty pet items (yes, pets are welcome to attend).

On hand will also be food truck favorites W affles and Wedges, Empana Guy, My Four Suns, The Cow and the Curd, Tot Cart and DumpnRoll.

Plays and Players, Louis Vincent, DJ Strong and the Lonesome Turnpike Ramblers will be performing live throughout the event.

Portable toilets can be found near Lantern Lane (at Clement St.) and at the Mechanic St. parking lot. There will also be publicly accessible restrooms atthe Rising Son Lodge (16 Kings Hwy East).

Parking is free and available in both borough and PATCO lots. PATCO’s Haddonfield station is also nearby the festival site.

Saturday, Jul 8, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.and Sunday, Jul 9, , noon to 5 p.m. – Kings Hwy., Haddonfield, N.J.

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