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Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst 


SPRING CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST, the Hudson Valley's most popular craft show, returns to Tarrytown for its 30th year! A great place to find amazing gifts for Mother’s Day, wedding season, graduations or to treat yourself! Discover the unique designs and creative artistry of over 275 leading artists and craftspeople, from across the country, as they exhibit, sell and talk about their contemporary handcrafted works of art. Collectors, art enthusiasts and discerning shoppers will enjoy the rare opportunity to meet these visionary artists and purchase their latest work. 

The show includes one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry, fashion and accessories, furniture, and home décor pieces, as well as functional and sculptural work in ceramics, glass, metal, painting, photography, wood and mixed media.

SPRING CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST offers more than just crafts. Visitors can also enjoy interactive experiences throughout the weekend: dance to live music by Tribes Hill; watch and participate in craft demonstrations; learn how to play an instrument in a special interactive musical experience; eat in the expanded food court (including yummy vegan and vegetarian options); wander around our new sculpture garden, taste and bring home decadent specialty foods and entertain the kids with a variety of children’s activities including face painting, storytelling, balloon animals, stilt walkers and more! Visitors are encouraged to enjoy the park-like grounds and take a tour of the Neo-Gothic Lyndhurst mansion.


Make your own Shibumi scarf!
Patricia Disantis will be displaying her own work for sale while also offering visitors the opportunity to get hands-on and create their very own painted, silk scarf! A great experience for kids and adults alike. It’s a handmade story to take home and wear around your neck!

Have a custom wooden pen made for you!
Don Hart will be demonstrating his wood turning artistry and making pens all weekend long. Come by and watch the wood shavings fly and take home a custom pen.

Learn how to play a new instrument!
Todd Crowley will have over 100 instruments on hand, from Accordion to Zither, in a fully interactive, hands-on exhibition for both the young and old to pick up and awaken their inner musician. http://www.diatoddnics.com/pettingzoo.html

All this takes place on the grounds of the scenic 67 acre Lyndhurst estate located  ½ miles south of the Tappan Zee Bridge in Tarrytown. Free parking. www.lyndhurst.org

Admission is $10; Seniors (62+) $9; Children 6 – 16 $4; Children under 6 free. NO DOGS ALLOWED.

Hours are Friday, May 2 from 10am-5pm; Saturday, May 3 from 10am-6pm; Sunday, May 4 from 10am–5pm.

Visit www.artrider.com for more information.


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