Peters Valley plans craft fair


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Join us for the 47th Annual Peters Valley Craft Fair on Sept. 23 and 24, at the Sussex County Fairgrounds, in Augusta, N.J. (10 a.m. to 6p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

This event is held rain or shine at the fully accessible Sussex County Fairgrounds and hosts 150 fine craft exhibitors selling handmade ceramics, leather, sculpture, wearables, photography, glass, metal, jewelry, wood, drawings/paintings and works of mixed media. Get a jump start on your holiday shopping and shop through a huge selection of unique items for those special people in your life — or just for you! What sets this show apart from others is the high quality craftsmanship of the items offered, the myriad of ongoing craft demonstrations and activities, and the unique opportunity to meet some of the most accomplished artists from around the country.

Admission is $10/person or $15/two-day pass, children 12 years and under get in for free. $1 off coupons and event information can be downloaded at www.petersvalley.org. Avoid lines and save money by purchasing your tickets at the Peters Valley Gallery on our campus in Layton, N.J., prior to the event. Read more about the event in the September issues of Milford Magazine, Orange County Magazine, and Sussex County Magazine.
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