What Are Some Fall Craft Shows Held in Pennsylvania?

What Are Some Fall Craft Shows Held in Pennsylvania?

As of 2015, fall craft shows in Pennsylvania include Fall into Fine Craft in Carlisle, the Falling Leaves Festival in Coudersport, and the Pennsylvania Guild of Fine Craft Fair in Philadelphia. The Long's Park Arts Festival in Lancaster also features craft vendors.

As of 2015, Fall into Fine Craft is a two-day arts and crafts show that takes place annually in late October at the Carlisle Expo Center. The show features artisans from all over Pennsylvania and the surrounding region. A student art competition invites students from area high schools to show their work as well.

The Coudersport Falling Leaves Festival takes place on Main Street in Coudersport in early October. As of 2015, this free festival features arts, crafts, hayrides, pumpkin carving and live music. An antique car show and carnival rides round out the activities.

The Pennsylvania Guild of Fine Craft Fair is a three-day event that takes place in mid-October in Rittenhouse Square Park in Philadelphia. The show features jewelry, pottery, furniture, blown glass and many other arts and crafts. As of 2015, admission is free and paid parking is available in nearby parking garages.

Long’s Park Arts Festival, an arts and crafts festival held in early September in Lancaster, features over 200 artisans, live music and food. The Harris List named Long's Park Arts Festival as one of the East Coast's top two fine art and craft shows.