Rittenhouse Square Craft Fair
Each May, the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen holds a juried fine craft fair at Philadelphia’s always-bustling Rittenhouse Square. Hundreds of experienced and emerging artists gather under tents that line the perimeter of the popular park to sell furniture, pottery, glass, photography, jewelry, clothing, accessories and handbags.
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