Pitman celebrates its 40th year of the Spring Craft Show this Saturday

 The Broadway Theater of Pitman opened in 1926 and is still operating. (Alan Tu/WHYY)

The Broadway Theater of Pitman opened in 1926 and is still operating. (Alan Tu/WHYY)

Pitman, N.J., will again host its Spring Craft Show on Saturday, May 16.  It’s the 40th year for the bi-annual street fair, held both in spring and autumn.
 
Held Uptown along Broadway and Pitman Aves., the fair attracts 10,000 visitors to the borough.  
 
“This event really puts Pitman on the map,” noted Lisa Morgey, president of the Greater Pitman Chamber of Commerce.
 
More than 300 crafters will be showcasing handmade goods and food vendors will serve up plenty of festival eats. Uptown shops and restaurants will be open to shoppers with a variety of seasonal wares and fresh menu offerings.
 
Free shuttle buses will be available to attendees, running from the former Sony Music lower parking lot (N. Woodbury Rd.) to the craft show.
 
Saturday, May 16, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (rain date May 23) – Pitman, N.J.
 
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