The Bruce Museum’s 34th Annual Outdoor Crafts Festival is taking place this Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm each day. More than 70 juried exhibitors will share their unique talents and crafts in wood, wearable and decorative fiber, metalwork, leather, paper arts, glass, ceramics, jewelry, and more at this nationally recognized event held on the grounds of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich.
Hands-on craft activities for all ages are available at no additional charge in the Museum’s Education Workshop, and the Museum’s galleries will be open. Exhibitions on view include Summer with the Averys [Milton | Sally | March]; Buried Treasures of the Silk Road; the science exhibition Sharks!; and the community art project Your Place Squared.
Admission to the Outdoor Crafts Festival is $10, free to Museum members and children under than five years old, and includes entry to the Museum galleries. Visitors will be able to join the Bruce Museum’s member program to receive free admission and many instant discounts both at the Festival and in the Museum Store.