Craft festival returns and offers everything from live music to kids activities
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Mary Angus will be sharing her perfume bottles this weekend similar to the blue teal confetti spiral, above.
Mary Angus will be sharing her perfume bottles this weekend similar to the blue teal confetti spiral, above.
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BENNINGTON- The Southern Vermont Art and Craft Festival will once again return for 2014 from Friday, August 1, to Sunday, August 3, Friday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm. The festival will be again be part of the expanded Bennington Arts Weekend.

Handcrafted pottery, blown glass, one-of-a-kind jewelry, colorful hand-woven scarves, striking photography, original drawings, paintings, sculpture, and other upscale collectibles will be showcased by 150 artists and artisans under beautiful, new Camelot tents at the 36th annual Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival.

Of course the festival will include live entertainment, craft demos, and kid’s activities that will delight the whole family.

Admission to the Festival is $8 for adults. A weekend pass is $10.

For more information about the 36th annual Southern Vermont Art and Craft Festival visit www.craftproducers.com.
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