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April 20, 2015

Go West! Craft Fest takes handmade goods to the Woodlands

Local art and craft vendors, live entertainment fill Spruce Hill locale

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Go West! Craft Fest hosts its spring edition at The Woodlands in Spruce Hill.

Another spring weekend, another craft fair in Philadelphia! This time shoppers can enjoy a hundred handmade and local art and craft vendors at the Go West! Craft Fest on April 25 at the Woodlands in Spruce Hill. 

Vendors for the spring edition of GWCF include pottery brand Sculpture Garden Arts, LGBT icon-themed homeware brand Flaming Idols, paper cut art Hunter Stabler, home decor designers Ink the Print and T-shirt line Rainbow Feather. (Take a peek at their wares on GWCF's Pinterest.) Food from Lil Pop Shop, Kung Fu Hoagie, Weckerley's and more will be available all day.

In addition to the many products available purchase, there's plenty of live entertainment at GWCF. Tangle Movement Arts, an eight-woman circus arts company, will perform, as will global music program All Around This World, The Green Tambourine music studio and blues musician Shakey Lyman. University City Arts League will occupy the little ones with craft activities, too.

Go West! Craft Fest

Saturday, April 25
11 a.m.-5 p.m. | Free admission
The Woodlands
4000 Woodland Ave.