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Food and Fun

May 9, 2013

Craft Festival

HAMPTON FALLS — Over seventy-five of the regions finest Craftsmen and Artisans will display and sell their American made Arts and Crafts on Mother’s Day Weekend - Sat., May 11, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., and Sun., May 12, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., at the Town Common (Route 1) in Hampton Falls. Admission is free.

Highlights include: pottery, turned wood, candles, fine jewelry, photography, painted glassware, vintage chic, plants, dolls, fused glass, wearable art, flub dubs, pet treats, dried floral, slate, plush, furniture, sportswear, wall hangings, baby clothes, walking sticks, primitive and folk art, handbags, country wood, signs, furniture, birdhouses, fleece, nautical crafts, terrariums, dolls, fiber arts, pillow quilts, original watercolors, country signs, ribbon belts, tapestry, organic soaps, tile, lanterns, paper decoupage, ceramic miniatures and more.

Sample such gourmet delights as: jams and jellies, oils, vinegars, pies, sauces, pickles, relishes, fudge, and candies, wine slush mixes, pickles, soup mixes, marinara, cannoli and more!

Craft demonstrations include fine art painting, jewelry design and decorative painting.

Enjoy musical entertainment each day. Food Sales benefit Hampton Falls Fire Department.

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