Fine crafts and original artwork featured at the Mennonite Heritage Center

 

→ Fine crafts and original artwork featured at the Mennonite Heritage Center

Folk Art Sale — December 6-31, 2014

The Folk Art Sale is held annually during the month of December. It’s a wonderful opportunity to purchase traditional Pennsylvania German items, as well as contemporary art in the Pennsylvania German tradition. There’s something for every budget!

More info at mhep.org

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