My friend Cynthia K. Prediger is a talented metalsmith and head of housekeeping at Foulkeways at Gwynedd, and she asked me to participate in the annual Foulkeways Craft Fair sponsored by the Residents Association.
Foulkeways was the first continuing care retirement village in Pennsylvania, founded in 1967 by the Gwynedd Friends Meeting, on farmland left to the Quakers by Charles Beaumont in honor of his wife May Foulke.
Come to this beautiful setting for mosaic gifts, as well as other handmade items and baked goods. If you are attending the Pennsylvania Guild Show at Montgomery County Community College, stop by before or after on the Saturday, since Foulkeways is just 5 minutes away via Rt. 202 from MCCC.
Foulkeways Craft Fair
The annual Foulkeways Craft Fair, sponsored by the Foulkeways Residents Association, is being held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 in the Foulkeways Auditorium located in the Community Center.
Homemade crafts, quilts, holiday ornaments, American Girl Doll clothes, knitted items, baked goods and plants will be available, plus much, much more.
Admission is free and the public is invited.
Foulkeways is located at 1120 Meetinghouse Road in Gwynedd, PA. You are urged to use the Foulkeways main entrance on Sumneytown Pike.
Note: Wayne will be at the Lansdale Farmers Market from 9-1 on the 20th for the last day of our season there, while I am at Foulkeways.