Woman’s Club to hold virtual Brielle Day Craft Show

More than 160 craft vendors lined Brielle Park during last year's Brielle Day for the craft show hosted annually by the Woman's Club of Brielle. This year, with the cancellation of Brielle Day, the club has decided to take its craft show virtual. FILE PHOTO THE COAST STAR

BRIELLE — With the cancellation of this year’s Brielle Day, the Woman’s Club of Brielle has decided to make its 48th annual Craft Show a virtual event.

The show will be held on Facebook Monday, Sept. 7 through Saturday, Sept. 12.

“We wanted to show our appreciation to our craft vendors as well as all the shoppers who look forward to Brielle Day,” Jayne Linfante, a member of the Woman’s Club and organizer of the craft show, said.


“As a result, we are pleased to have developed an alternative craft show. Many familiar craft vendors will participate as well as some exciting new ones,” she added.

To shop the craft show, join the Brielle Day 2020 Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BrielleDay2020/.

Ms. Linfante said the virtual show has been well received by shoppers, with more than 300 people already signed up on the Facebook group, and by vendors who are appreciative to have a forum to sell their goods. 

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