Merchantville Monster Crafts & Fine Art Festival- Fantastic Fun!
Juried craft and fine artists, an antique "roadshow" opportunity by WBCB1490's "Mike the Appraiser" to tell you "What's It Worth?" plus dining al fresco, live music, an AWA pet adoption, and more await you at the Merchantville Monster Crafts & Fine Art Festival!
On Saturday and Sunday, October 15 and 16, from 10am-5pm, downtown Merchantville kicks off its annual and wildly popular October "Monsterville" Halloween celebration! With storytelling by the witch herself at the "Witch's House" and Family Activities to "make-and-take" plus artist booths of handcrafted pottery, wood, wearables, jewelry, garden and home accessories- all unique for gifting or keeping, there is so much to see and do!
Be sure to stop by the "Meet Merchantville" tent to discover more about this charming town and do buy raffle tickets at the Tyler Quinter Foundation raffle tent of Festival artists' craft and fine art donations. Generously given to aid the Foundation's mission of helping to meet the needs of families with ill children, you may win a wonderful work of art while helping to support a worthy cause.
Will you visit Merchantville Antiques Shop on Saturday 12-2pm and bring a family heirloom or two to have Mike appraise (just a $5 fee for each may disclose a valuable treasure!)? Will you listen as Kara the Witch tells why there is "Room On The Broom"? Will you visit Eiland Arts to listen to local musicians and shop and snack? Or, perhaps, tasting Eclipse Brewery's special Festival brew, "Cinnabroomstick", is your choice!
Merchantville's quaint shops, dining spots, and friendly folks will welcome you. Be sure to taste a Haagen-Daaz or Kona Ice cone or delicious treats at Off Boardwalk Concessions as you visit the tents of the artists. Say hello at Passanante’s Home Food Services, Rise Chiropractic, and Power Home Remodeling for some surprises as these vendor-sponsors and Seacoast Chevrolet help make the Festival ambience possible.
So...Boo...Who? You! plus your family and friends will find lots of treats without tricks on October 15th and 16th at the Merchantville Monster Crafts & Fine Craft Festival!