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Craft Fair at Wappinger Town Hall

October 16, 2021

locator Wappinger Town Hall
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Status: Updated 3/19/2021
Craft Fair at Wappinger Town Hall
5th annual fall craft fair hosted by Town of Wappinger Recreation. Hand‑crafted items only, no direct sales. This is an outdoor fair at Town Hall. Parking on site with overflow parking across the street at the junior high school. We partner with local churches ‑ First Presbyterian Church of Wappingers Falls and Zion Episcopal Church ‑ who host craft fairs on the same day to make Wappinger a holiday shopping destination that day!
  • Admission: none
  • Days/­Hours Open: Sat 10am‑3pm
  • Address: 20 Middlebush Road, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
  • Attendance: 250
    # Food Booths: 1
  • # of Exhi­bitors: 40
    Juried: yes
    Prize Money: na
  • Deadlines: Art & Craft: 09/17/2021
    Music: na
    Food: 09/17/2021 
  • Promoter: Town of Wappinger Recreation ^ This is a VIP Promoter!
  • Show Dir.: Donna Lenhart

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