The Moravian Historical Society hosts the 35th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival June 8

May 29th, 2013Press Release from Moravian Historical Society

The Moravian Historical Society hosts the 35th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival.

Families are invited to enjoy this FREE event featuring local artisans,

crafters, farmers, live music, and children’s activities.


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Nazareth, PA –  The Moravian Historical Society is pleased to announce the 35th annual Arts & Crafts Festival, to be held on Saturday, June 8th 2013.

Hosted on the lawn of the 1740 – 1743 Whitefield House in beautiful, downtown Nazareth from 9 am – 6 pm, it is one of the Lehigh Valley’s largest outdoor arts and crafts festivals. This family friendly day welcomes thousands of guests who will enjoy wonderful arts and crafts, great food, free kids activities, and live musical entertainment.

Approximately 100 local artisans are represented, featuring a wide variety of goods including handmade woodworked items, watercolors, pottery, soaps, quilted items, and more.

Arts and Crafts 2012 202Not to be missed are the local orchards, farms, nurseries, and growers. Enjoy homemade cheese from Klein Farms, sugarcake from Nazareth Moravian Church, plants from the Nazareth Garden Club, homemade jams from Chestnut Hill Orchard, Greek food, and much more.

Don’t forget the live, free entertainment local musicians including Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk.

Megan van Ravenswaay, Whitefield House Site Director stated “We are proud to celebrate the 35th year of the Arts & Crafts Festival with the community! We invite everyone to bring their families and friends to the festival, support our local artists and businesses, and enjoy our historic property and Whitefield House museum!”

For more information:, 610-759-5070, gro.yteicoslacirotsihnaivaromnull@ofni or 214 East Center Street, Nazareth, PA 18064.

One of the oldest historical societies in PA, the Moravian Historical Society is a not-for-profit organization that shares over 500 years of fascinating Moravian contributions to worldwide culture through educational programs for students, guided tours, museum exhibits, and public activities. More information is available at 

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