Craft fair hits Flemington

September 14, 2012 by  

Every town has its annual event to welcome the fall. In Flemington, NJ, the annual craft fair is a sure sign that fall is well on its way.

The fair has been taking place in Flemington for over 25 years. Each year, it is hosted by the Hunterdon Harmonizers – an all-male barbershop chorus. The Hunterdon Harmonizers consists of a larger chorus and several quartet groups. During this year’s fair, as in the past, the Harmonizers chorus will perform on the steps of courthouse. Quartets will also perform throughout the duration of the fair and will stroll around, stopping to perform in unexpected places.

In addition to a cappella singing, the fair will also feature the handiwork of more than 60 vendors. Booths and tables will be set up on both sides of Main Street in Flemington. Tables were available to vendors for $75 for both days of the craft fair.

Visitors to the fair can expect to find a wide range of items for sale, from handmade pottery to locally produced jams. The craft fair is a great way to get a jump on holiday shopping or to prepare the home for fall decorations.

Vendors at the Flemington craft fair may want to take advantage of business card printing . A pile of business cards on the table next to items for sale mean that visitors can easily take the vendor’s contact information with them. The cards are vital for increasing business for local crafters.

The craft fair will take place this weekend, September 15 and 16, and the Harmonizers chorus will perform both days at 1:00 pm.