Press Release

For Immediate Release 

 

Event Date: October 3, November 7 and December 5, 2015

 

Crafters wanted for Saturday Craft Markets coming to the western Main Line this fall, Paoli, PA

 

Paoli, Pennsylvania, July 1, 2015 - Crafters wanted for a new venue coming to the western Main Line this fall at the Church of the Good Samaritan, 212 W. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, PA. 

 

Saturday Craft Markets is a new way of doing crafts shows.  Styled like an old world marketplace, where merchants brought out their goods for sale and let the public decide what to buy, these markets seek to bring a variety of hand-made items to the public on a monthly basis.  Starting this fall, and running the first Saturday of the month from October to December in 2015 (and then resuming in May of 2016), these markets offer the crafter ease, affordability and flexibility.  All items must be hand made by the applicant.  

 

Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking for a “gap” show on a free weekend or a newcomer to the world of selling your art, Saturday Craft Markets is a great place to do business.  Visit www.saturdaycraftmarkets.com to learn more.

 

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 Media Contact    

 

Media Contact: Carol Longacre

Email: saturdaycraftmarkets@gmail.com

Phone: 484-680-5095

 

Church of the Good Samaritan

1407 Township Line Road, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, 19460

Web: www.saturdaycraftmarkets.com

 

 

CALENDAR LISTING:

Event Name: Saturday Craft Markets

Event Date: October 3, November 7 and December 5, 2015

Event Location: Church of the Good Samaritan, 212 W. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, PA

Admission: Free

Web: www.saturdaycraftmarkets.com

Contact: Carol Longacre, saturdaycraftmarkets@gmail.com, 484-680-5095

Description: Saturday Craft Markets is a new way of doing crafts shows.  Styled like an old world marketplace, where merchants brought out their goods for sale and let the public decide what to buy, these markets seek to bring a variety of hand-made items to the public on a monthly basis.  Starting this fall, and running the first Saturday of the month from October to December in 2015 (and then resuming in May of 2016), these markets offer the crafter ease, affordability and flexibility.  All items must be hand made by the applicant.

 

 


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