Join us for the 29th Annual Cranberry Festival! Juried Arts, Crafts & Antiques Show / Sale
When: October 6th & 7th. 11am-5pm.
WHERE: Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown City, N.J.
This two day event features over 150 crafters, artists and vendors offering hand made, vintage and upcycled items for the heart and home!
FREE to attend!
One of the largest juried craft shows in NJ
"Craft" beer garden
Live music throughout both days
Expanded, family friendly Kid's Zone.
Bordentown City is easy to reach from all major highways.
There's plenty of free parking with shuttle buses running, free of charge, from 6 locations:
Elks Lodge Parking Lot, 11 Amboy Rd.
Park Street and Farnsworth Ave.
The Riverline Station Parking Lot
West Burlington St. and Farnsworth Ave.
Gilder Field Parking Lot
Crosswicks and Second Street
Handicapped parking available at the base of Crosswicks St. and Farnsworth Ave. Enter via Crosswicks St.
Bordentown City is quickly becoming the place to shop, dine and hang out in Central New Jersey. If you haven’t had a chance to check out our unique shopping and award winning dining, Bordentown’s Annual Cranberry Fest is the perfect time.
Bordentown hosts a wide variety of events and festivals throughout the year but for the past 29 years, this annual two day festival has been the Downtown Bordentown Association's flagship event.
Over 150 crafters will join the town’s own unique shops to offer handmade one-of-a-kind items from clothing to candles and antiques to art. In addition to Bordentown’s 11 fabulous restaurants, there will be a selected group of additional food vendors so visitors will find everything from kettle corn and snacks, to casual meals and elegant dining.
Farnsworth Avenue is transformed for this wonderful event, with tents lining both sides of the street as far as the eye can see. The Cranberry Fest draws over 40,000 visitors to beautiful and historic Bordentown City and there’s something for everyone, with a children’s area and live music both days.
What better way to spend a beautiful autumn day than exploring, shopping and dining your way around this hidden gem.