Boardwalk Craft Show
All handmade products. 609-522-0378 or 609-522-0198. Wildwood Beach & Boardwalk, south of Convention Center, Wildwood; 5/29-30.
Bucks County Designer House & Garden See Fieldstone Farm remodeled inside & out by top interior designers & landscapers. 1515 Sugar Bottom Rd., Furlong; 215-345-2191. www.buckscountydesignerhouse.org. $20 advance, $25 day of event; $20 seniors. 5/28.
Collingswood May Fair Tens of thousands attend what began in 1979 as a small "clothesline art exhibit" and now encompasses more than 10 blocks of the business district along Haddon Avenue. More than 150 artists and crafters will display and sell creations in a juried show. The "KidZone" will feature pony rides, carnival games, and rides. Six stages of live music will feature blues, rock, folk and more. An antique & classic auto show and Harley-Davidson motorcycle display and contest will appeal. Several Food courts will complement restaurants & cafes. Haddon Ave., Collingswood. www.collingswood.com/entertainment/mayfair. 5/29. 10 am-5 pm.
Design Advice for the Living Room Ikea interior designers will provide one-on-one advice. Bring a picture of your living room to get personalized design tips. Meetings with professional designers are on a first-come, first-served basis. Ikea, 400 Alan Wood Rd., Conshohocken; Reservations suggested: 610-834-1520 x1915. www.ikea.com/us/en/store/conshohocken. 5/29. 1-3 pm.
Devon Horse Show & Country Fair Equestrian events, performance by Budweiser Clydesdales, boutique shopping, food vendors, rides, games & more. Devon Horse Grounds, 23 Dorset Rd., Devon; 610-688-2554. www.devonhorseshow.net. $8; $5 children and seniors; free 2 and under; $50 entire show pass; $9-$50 includes grandstand seating. 5/28.
Flea Market Middletown Senior Center, 2142 Trenton Rd., Levittown. 6/1.
Gimme Shelter Displays of 6 functional woodland shelters designed to raise awareness about sustainable building/living. The Schuylkill Center, 8480 Hagy's Mill Rd. 5/28.
International Black Doll Show Doll-making workshops, lectures, doll competition, raffles & prizes. Convention Center, 1101 Arch St.; 215-787-0220. www.philadollmuseum.com. $7; $5 seniors and children under 12. 5/29. 10 am-5 pm.
Lehigh Valley Going Green Exhibit showcasing area commercial, institutional & residential building projects that qualify as "green." Allentown Art Museum, 31 N. Fifth St., Allentown; 610-432-4333. Regular admission plus $7. 5/28.
Memorial Day Crafts & Antiques Country crafts, folk art, custom jewelry, antiques & Victorian items. Star of the Sea Parish, Lafayette St., Cape May; 609-884-5404. $1. 5/29. 10 am-4 pm.
Quaker City Flea Market New & gently used goods at cheap prices. 5001 Comly St. 5/29.
Renee Weiss Chase: Dresses in Clay Renee Weiss Chase is a fashion designer & used the language of fashion design in creating dresses in clay. Closes 6/23. Galleria Deptford, 1011 Cooper St., Woodbury.
TeXt/TeXTILE: Fiber Artists Philadelphia #6 The comprehensive and contemporary exhibit will include 18 fiber and textile artists and 26 works. The show is curated by Kathryn Pannepacker, Philadelphia, a textile/visual artist. Some Things Looming, 526 Washington St, Reading. Included in admission. 5/29.
The Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture & Design Exhibit on "green" home design that highlights trends & examines related subjects. Allentown Art Museum, 31 N. Fifth St., Allentown; 610-432-4333. Regular admission plus $7. 5/28.