Crafters’ Marketplace Planned for October 23 in Rehoboth Village
Rehoboth’s Carpenter Museum is hosting a Crafters' Marketplace on Saturday, October 23 at three locations in historic Rehoboth Village from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at three locations including the Carpenter Museum, Goff Memorial Hall, and Rehoboth Congregational Church.
The event will feature more than 40 artisans selling their unique hand-made goods. All vendors are required to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Shoppers are asked to wear a mask indoors while shopping.
Vendors will be located in Goff Memorial Hall, adjacent to Blanding Public Library; downstairs in the Tilton Room at Carpenter Museum with additional vendors outdoors; and in the church hall auditorium at Rehoboth Congregational church.
Parking will be available at Goff Memorial Hall (Blanding Library) at 124 Bay State Road, and behind the Carpenter Museum. Entrance to museum parking is next to Rehoboth Congregational Church at 139 Bay State Road. All three venues are within walking distance.
Previously known as the Folk Art & Artisans Show, the craft show event is organized by long-time volunteers serving on the craft event committee in cooperation with museum and library staff. Both the Carpenter Museum and Blanding Library/Goff Hall are owned and operated by the Rehoboth Antiquarian Society.
For more information about the upcoming Crafters' Marketplace, please contact Deborah Craft at email@example.com, Becky Webster at 508-669-5042 or Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org Event details are available online at www.rehobothantiquarian.org.