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Our Sponsors

The Bedminster Traditional Artisan Show wants to thank all the sponsors that support our show.  Without their help we would not be able to provide the wonderful selection of American Folk artists that attend this show.  So please join us at the Delaware Valley University in Doylestown on September 7th - 8th, 2019 for this great show.  Please check our ARTISAN GALLERY for a preview of some of the Traditional American Folk Art that will be presented at this show.

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Bucks County magazine is all you could ever know or imagine about Bucks County, Pennsylvania. You will see the small historic towns and villages, stone farmhouses, bed n' breakfasts, covered bridges, wineries, antiques, art, fine dining and the Delaware River. What isn't special about this county? Known for its arts and rich history, Bucks County is a prime weekend getaway for romantic travelers.

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Since 1970 Early American Life has been the source for information on early American style, decorating, and traditions. In addition, we cover both antiques and reproductions made by crafters working in period styles with traditional tools. We do it with our own style�we aim to entertain as well as educate. We’re not a stodgy academic magazine but a vibrant, exciting look (we put color pictures on nearly every page) at our traditions and heritage. Among the facts on our pages, you're apt to find smiles, occasionally a chuckle, and solid information that has given us the reputation as the essential magazine about early Americana.