Shop Local at These Craft Fairs Around the Main Line this Spring

Celebrate new blooms, warmer weather and local artisans at these spring craft fairs in the Main Line region.

Maybe we’re biased, but there’s nothing better than shopping from and supporting local vendors. That’s why the return of craft fairs this spring has us more than a little excited. As the weather turns warmer, why not plan a weekend excursion to one of these area fests? Not only will you be able to browse goodies for upcoming birthdays and anniversaries, but you may just wind up walking away with a trinket or two for yourself.

Spring It On! Craft Show

March 23
50 Sunnybrook Rd., Pottstown

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Head out to Sunnybrook Ballroom for an early spring craft show blitz. With over 100 vendors in attendence and a cash bar opening at noon, Pottstown gets the season started with a bang this March.

Americana Indian Jewelry and Art Sale

May 3-4
100 Station Ave., Oaks

Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Santo Domingo tribes and nations will all have jewelry, crafts, rugs, pottery and more on sale from one of the most respected Native American art dealers in the world. With everyday pieces to high-end collector quality works on sale from revered artists, this is a unique event you won’t want to miss.

West Whiteland Township Spring Craft Fair

May 4
101 Commerce Dr., Exton

West Whiteland’s craft fair has proven to be such a hit that the organizers haven’t even created a vendor waitlist for the show; there’s simply too much demand. Just before Mother’s Day 2024, this free event promises artisan crafts from jewelry to handbags, home goods, accessories, toys and so much more. Don’t miss out!

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2023 Spring Art & Fine Craft Show

May 4-5, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
9000 Parkview Dr., Haverford

Led by the Haverford Guild of Craftsmen, this spring showcase is the perfect opportunity to learn more about local artisans and shop their one-of-a-kind wares. Plus, since this fest falls in early May, it’s ideal for scouting out that perfect present for Mother’s or Father’s Day. No last-minute shopping needed!

Spring Festival at Downingtown Vintage

May 11, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
68 W Lancaster Ave., Downingtown

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Downingtown Vintage invites a slew of outdoor vendors, as well as food trucks and local entertainers, to set up shop during its spring festival. Stop by to check out the wares here, then spend the afternoon lounging in the sunshine. Half of the space’s proceeds will benefit the Messiah Lutheran Church.

Dogwood Festival & Parade

May 15-18
148 3rd Ave., Phoenixville

Now in its 81th year, the Dogwood Festival goes big with an abundance of entertainment, food and fun. Attendees can expect cuisine from vendors at Reeves Park, a plethora of artisans and shoppable stations, games, rides and live music at the bandshell in the evenings. The Dogwood Beer Garden will also be up and running on the evenings of May 15-18. Wristbands are a must for admittance into the fest, so get yours ahead of time to ensure entry.

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