With spring around the corner, the Cabin Fever Craft Show can help you break out of those winter blahs and into greener warmer weather. The craft show is held at the historic Moland House – one time headquarters of General George Washington. Today, the house has been converted to a shop which features year-round crafts from the entire region.
For the Cabin Fever Craft Show, Moland House has gathered fifty local crafters to display their unique and specialty crafts. Local pottery, floral arrangements, rustic and country crafts adorn coves of the shoppe. There are also a plethora seasonal crafts including garden decorations, wall décor, fabrics, baskets, and jewelry while plenty of homemade treats such as candy, cakes, and cool dips are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Visitors can fill a truly one of a kind Easter basket for loved ones with a wide assortments of handmade chocolates and goodies you won’t find anywhere else.
A very small admission cost benefits the Moland House Restoration Project. Parking is free