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New Castle Juried Arts and Crafts Fair

Date/Time

Jul 26, 2014
09:00 AM until 03:00 PM

Description

Artists and crafts people representing Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine will be displaying their artwork on the grounds of the New Castle Congregational Church in New Castle. 

Artists will be showing their oils, watercolors, pastels, photographs, acrylics and other media. Some of New England’s finest artists and craftspeople will be participating in the show.

Delicious homebaked goods will be available in the Parish Hall. Our famous Strawberry Social will take place from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., featuring scrumptious strawberry shortcake. For further information, please contact Deb Schulte at deb2island@aol.com or call (603) 436-5071.
 

Make a day of it! The Visitors Center at Fort Stark Historic Site in New Castle will be open that day from 12:00 to 4:00. Great Island Common and the New Castle beach with views of the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, Whaleback Lighthouse, the Wood Island Lifesaving Station and glimpses of the Isles of Shoals are always a popular stop. Come spend the day in historic and beautiful New Castle.

Cost

Free

Location

View map New Castle Congregational Church
65 Main St.
Rt. 1B
New Castle, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

New Castle Congregational Church Guild

Phone

(603) 436-5071

Contact name

Deb. Schulte

Contact email

deb2island@aol.com

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