Saturday, 25. August 2018, Drummer Boy Park, 7th Annual **** Tide Arts and Craft Festival

The Historic Drummer Boy Park in Brewster, MA hosts a variety of traditional American made works at the **** Tide Arts and Craft Festival on Saturday August 25 and Sunday August 26, 2018.
Over 100 Juried Artisans will display and sell their American made works; including Sketching, Collage, Quilts, Fine Jewelry, Hair Accessories, Personal Care, Floral Arrangements, Soy candles, Tile, Stoneware, Painted Doormats, Doll Clothes, ***** Apparel, Flags, Toys, Pet Gifts, Pillows, Fiber Art, Wind Chimes, Blown Glass, Baby Clothes, Shell Craft, Ornaments, Mosaic, Metal Craft, Sheep Skin Accessories, Leather, Original Painting, Stained Glass, Watercolors, Garden Décor, Landscape Photography, Decorative Painting, Folk Art, Nautical Décor and much more.
Come sample Specialty Foods such as Kettle Corn, Cranberry Jellies, Wine Slushy Mix, Lemonade, Jams, Cooking Oils, Herbal Dips, Seasonings, Jams, Finishing Sauces, BBQ Sauces, Gourmet Pastries & more.
The **** Tide Arts & Craft Festival is free admission with plenty of free parking and held rain or shine. Friendly pets on leash are welcome.
Directions: From Route 6 take Exit 9B onto Route 134, follow to Route 6A. GPS Location: 773 Main Street, Brewster, MA 02631.
Festival Hours are Saturday from 10am to 5pm and 
Sunday from 9am to 4pm.

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7th Annual **** Tide Arts and Craft Festival

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