The Historic Bayshore borough will celebrate the 2nd Annual Antiques and Artisan Festival that will be held on March 21, 2016. The event will be held at Keyport, New Jersey. The town is currently preparing to celebrate all local arts, antiques, collectibles and artisans. All of Bayshore area’s best artisans and artists will be in attendance to showcase their work. The event is organized by Keyport Bayfront Business Cooperative.
The event will be held at the historic downtown district on two locations. One will be the West Front Street and the other will be Waterfront Park. The celebration will fall on a Saturday and is scheduled to start from 11am up to 8pm. There will be lots of fun activities to do with great food, handmade crafts, timeless antiques and fine art. In addition, local artists and their work will be showcased next to artists from surrounding areas.
The event organizers said that it was an honor to have the opportunity to appreciate the work of local artists and artisans. Poetry Readings and Musical performances are scheduled to entertain people. Visitors will be able to enjoy antique appraisals and reserve canvases gotten from the Arts Society of Keyport. They will then bring their supplies and paint on the waterfront. There will be a Silent Auction Fundraiser held by Arts Society of Keyport. All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting and promoting art from Keyport area. Admission is free.
Originally posted on: http://news-antique.com/?id=810044&keys=Antiques-Artisans-Crafts-Music
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