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Street Fairs, and other Sale Events


Cherry Hill Art bloom Earth festival 2012

Eco-friendly vendors and crafters with items for sale,Area businesses exhibiting products and services for residents so they can save money and energy.
Student and SCH task force interactive educational displays offer ways you can be greener in your life.
Live music and entertainment from local school and community groups our solar powered stage!
Enjoy hands on earth friendly activities.

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Trinity church Cherry hill 2012 Holiday bazaar

Trinity’s Annual Holiday Bazaar is both a craft fair and food court.
It’s an exciting community event that helps usher in the holiday season with beautiful holiday decorations, jewelry, accessories, holiday/gift cards, home accents, clothing, soaps, candles, glassware and woodwork.
The kids enjoyed Breakfast with Santa in our Witherspoon Center building, then check out the fantastic  model train display.


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Collingswood May Fair 2013

Collingswood Partners hosts the 34th Annual May Fair. What began in 1979 as a small “clothesline art exhibit” now encompasses more than a mile of the business district along Haddon Avenue.
An estimated 50,000 people attended the 2012 event which was expanded to include more blocks and attractions and we expect this year to be even bigger. 200+ artists and crafters will display and sell their unique creations in a juried show. Children will have their day of fun in the “Kid Zone” featuring pony rides, carnival games, rides and children-friendly craters.
Three stages of live music will feature blues, rock, folk and more.
An antique & classic auto show.

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haddonfield fall festival 2012

Haddonfield Fall Festival 2012

Haddonfield is a great place for a crafts and fine art festival,shopping, dinning,visiting and more.

Shailee boutique was at the Haddonfield Fall Festival and Craft Show on Kings Highway (main street).

The booths sprawled along the sidewalks on Kings Highway as well as Tanner Street featuring everything from clothing, jewelry, floral crafts, pottery, to wood and glass wares.

The Fall Festival was oriented for the whole family. Children were delighted by the famous Scarecrow- Making Event and visitors of all ages were able to listen to and enjoy live musical entertainment.

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