Hoboken Fall 2012 Arts and Crafts Festival in Photos
Yesterday’s Hoboken Fall Arts and Craft Festival was well attended and the weather for the most cooperated other than a 20 minute shower later in the afternoon. TheBoken.com did not attend any of the musical performances this year and instead focused on some of the vendors selling their arts and crafts. Below are some selected photos of the twice annual street fair.
View of crowds from lower Washington Street looking North.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer had a booth and spoke to residents all day
about the issues that affect Hoboken residents.
Old fashioned tin signs were for sale at one of the booths.
Painted wood signs of Hoboken and New York City were also available for sale.
Hats for the ladies.
Bonsai Trees nicely displayed.
Question: Who doesn’t like kettle corn? Answer: Diabetics (its too sweet)
Old Fashioned Soda is a staple at this fair year after year.
What would NYC Mayor Bloomberg do about the 32 oz. tin mug?
Sockett Sock Puppets for the children (and young minded adults)
Yes, you too can sail the Hudson with the Hoboken Sailing Club
that is located at the Shipyard Marina.
Crabcake Sandwiches are something to look forward to every festival.
A tin sign TheBoken.com purchased.
Art Glass dish – Very nice and inexpensive
There were at least two vendors selling Turkish pottery. This small handmade piece has a very nice assortment of colors.
TheBoken.com looks forward to the festival next spring and will try and catch some music next time.