Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival is July 11-12

 A large crowd attended the 2014 festival. (Natavan Werbock/for NewsWorks)

A large crowd attended the 2014 festival. (Natavan Werbock/for NewsWorks)

Kings Highway will again be teaming with crowds as the Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival returns this weekend.
The two-day outdoor event, now in its 23rd year, brings over 100,000 people to Downtown Haddonfield.
New Jersey’s own creatives are a big part of the event, making up a third of the more than 270 artisan vendors.
Attendees will find tented displays of arts, crafts and gourmet foods, including pottery, kinetic wind sculptures, kiln-formed glass, photography and jewelry.  
Local musicians, Lost in Brunswick and Louis Vincent “Dr. Lou” Giunta, the Haddonfield Plays and Players, plus a deejay will entertain festivalgoers at the Kings Court Gazebo.
Feel free to bring Rex and Muffin.  There will be vendors selling home-made dog treats and pet accessories.
Kids can join in on activities like wood-working and scarf-making using the Turkish ecru technique. Philadelphia’s National Liberty Museum will be on hand at Tanner St. with an interactive display geared towards children.  
Visitors can find portable toilets located near Lantern Lane and at the Mechanic St. parking lot and a restroom by the information center at King’s Court. 
Free parking will be available in both the borough and PATCO lots.  The festival is also conveniently located near PATCO’s Haddonfield station.
Saturday, July 11, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 12, noon to 5 p.m. – Kings Highway, Haddonfield, N.J.
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