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47th Annual Artisans’ Faire and Marketplace

Saturday (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.), September 29 and 30, 2018

on the grounds of the Gibbon House, located at 960 Ye Greate Street, Greenwich

Admission is $5 (Children under 12 free)      Free Parking

Joining us this year are the Wheaton Arts Glass Blowers; Rutgers Master Gardeners’ Butterfly Tent

Plus—featuring 90 vendors, artisans, crafts people and historical displays

Saturday:  British Invasion Car Show (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and Masonic Tea Burning Celebration (1 p.m.)

Sunday:  American Classic Car Show – Selected Cars from 1910 to 1980 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

Participating crafters and events at the Craft Faire

Wheaton Arts Glass Blowers

Master Gardening Butterfly Tent

Children’s Tent

Guided Walking Tours

Food from Full Dinners to Snacks

Antique Bicycles


Museums Open – Plants & Vegetables

Decorative Fine Arts & Crafts

Handcrafted Brooms & Honey

Vintage Handbags & Clothing

Handmade Soaps, Jewelry Handmade

Handcrafted Wood Items & Furniture

Pottery & Baskets, Fine Arts & Weaving

Buckshutem Country Band


British Invasion Car Show

British Motor Club of Southern, NJ


Masonic Tea Burning

Celebration 1pm

Colonial Music Institute

Meerwald Sailings


American Classic Car Show 1910-1980

10am – 4pm

The Shellback Boys

Meerwald Sailings


·       1730 Gibbon House – This well-preserved townhouse was erected by Nicholas Gibbon, who built his home in the village because it was convenient for his shipping business.  The house is an excellent example of Flemish bond patterned brick work, with red and blue alternating headers and stretchers forming the pattern and a pent-roof. (Hours open: Tuesday through Sunday – 1 to 4 p.m.  Closed January, February and March.)

·       Cumberland County Log Granary – When the granary was built, this part of South Jersey was known as New Sweden.  It is said to be the oldest agricultural building in the United States.  (Same hours as the Gibbon House.)

·       1930 Red Barn Museum – On display are items once used in the homes, farms and industries of Cumberland County.  (Same hours as the Gibbon House.)

·       Warren and Reba Lummis Genealogical & Historical Library – This modern building (1969) was constructed in an authentic colonial style in order to harmonize with the other buildings on Ye Great Street.  The decorative spikes on the slate roof prevent snow or ice from sliding off the roof. Originally built as a bank, the building is now owned by the Society and houses its genealogical library and many documents pertinent to the county’s history.  (Hours open: Wednesday – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday – 1 to 4 p.m.)

·       1852 John DuBois Maritime Museum – This museum is home to an extraordinary collection of South Jersey Maritime artifacts collected by John DuBois.  Visitors can step back in time and learn of Greenwich’s rich maritime history.  It provides a look at the water industry that flourished in the area until the Second World War.  Exhibits include models of oyster boats that once plied the bay.  (Hours open: April through mid-December – Sundays only 1 – 4 p.m.)

·       Alan Ewing Carman Museum of Prehistory in Cumberland County – This museum is home to the Archeological American Indian and Fossil Collection of Alan Ewing Carman.  They were collected over fifty-one years of field work.  (Hours open:  Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday – 1 to 4 p.m.  Closed January, February and March.)

·       1908 Tea Burners’ Monument – The monument was erected in 1908 to commemorate the burning of tea in protest of the hated British Tea Tax.  No event in the history of Cumberland County has received such recognition or has been so highly honored as this act on the part of the young patriots whose names are listed on the monument.


Cumberland County Liberty Bell – located in the Cumberland County Courthouse, Broad Street, Bridgeton, New Jersey

Potter’s Tavern – located on Broad Street in Bridgeton, New Jersey (Open on July 4th each year.)

Old Stone Church – located in Fairfield Township, Bridgeton, New Jersey

Additional information on front page.