Antiques, arts, crafts events in Philadelphia area
Antiques/Art/Crafts 39th Annual Old Pine Church Tag Sale and Neighborhood Festival Rummage sale, bake sale, grill tent, children’s activities, musical entertainment & vendors selling pottery, jewelry & collectibles. Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church, 412 Pine St. 5/12. 10 am-4 pm.
39th Annual Old Pine Church Tag Sale and Neighborhood Festival Rummage sale, bake sale, grill tent, children's activities, musical entertainment & vendors selling pottery, jewelry & collectibles. Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church, 412 Pine St. 5/12. 10 am-4 pm.
Art Star Craft Bazaar Over 140 local & national artists present one-of-a-kind, high quality handmade items that reflect the unique & quirky aesthetic of Art Star. Penn's Landing, Columbus Blvd.; 215-922-2386 (2FUN). www.artstarcraftbazaar.com. 5/12.
Bucks County Designer House & Gardens Premier designers & landscapers revitalize an 1850s Dutch Colonial house, barn & pool into a timeless Bucks County estate. Bucks County Designer House & Gardens, 3864 Spring Valley Rd., Doylestown; Reservations recommended: 215-345-2191. www.buckscountydesignerhouse.org/. $20-$25. 5/11.
Byers' Choice Craft Show Juried craft show features approximately 75 talented handcrafters who create traditional crafts, or crafts based on a traditional method of design. Byers' Choice, 4355 County Line Rd., Chalfont. www.byerschoicecraftshow.com/. $4 advance; $5 day of event. 5/12.
Consuming Boundaries Fiber-based sculptures by artists Maria Anasazi, Susan Benarcik, Ana B. Hernandez & Diane Savona. Reception 4/12. Perkins Center for the Arts Collingswood, 30 Irvin Ave., Collingswood. 5/12.
Flea Market & Family Day Balloon sculptures, baked goods, plants, refreshments, collectibles, fortune teller, tarot card & angel card readings & more. Historical Society of Fort Washington/Clifton House, 473 Bethlehem Tpke., Fort Washington; 215-643-4169. 5/12. 9 am-2 pm.
Guided Architectural Walking Tours Explore old & new architecture in & around historic Philadelphia neighborhoods during these guided walking tours. Preservation Alliance, 1616 Walnut St., Ste. 1620; 215-546-1146. www.preservationalliance.com/events/walking_tours.php. $10; $8 students with ID; free for children 10 and under. 5/12.
Handcrafted There will be beer tasting, food pairings, live music and a silent auction. Perkins Center for the Arts Collingswood, 30 Irvin Ave., Collingswood. $45. 5/12. 7 pm.
Northampton Township Lions Club Flea Market Maureen Welsh Elementary School, 750 New Rd., Southampton; 215-205-2822. 5/12.
Pennsylvania Guild of Fine Craft Fair One-of-a-kind, individually handmade works by over 140 craftspeople. Rittenhouse Square, 1800 Walnut St.; 717-431-8706. www.pacrafts.org. 5/11.
Princeton & the Gothic Revival: 1870-1930 Exploration of the late-19th-century Gothic Revival movement in American architecture & design. Princeton University - Princeton Art Museum, Nassau St. & Witherspoon St, Princeton; 609-258-3788. 5/11.
Refuse/Reseen Juried exhibition of work by over 30 artists from across the U.S., Australia & Canada. Some Things Looming, 526 Washington St., Reading. www.fiberphiladelphia.org. 5/12.
The New Market A market featuring American-made products. Historic Headhouse Square, Second & Pine Sts. 5/11. 3-9 pm.
Trinity Vendor and Craft Fair Vendors, crafters, food & a raffle. Trinity Episcopal Church, 708 S. Bethlehem Tpke., Ambler. 5/12. 9 am-1 pm.
West Phila Community Flea Market This weekly flea market helps out the community. West Mill Creek Tennis Courts, 5200 Wyalusing Ave. 5/12.