11am – 5pm Sunday, May 5th 2024

FREE! “Crafting with Kids”, hosted by Gravers Lane Gallery during Chestnut Hill’s annual Home & Garden Festival

Crafting times will be 11am & 1pm  and 2pm-4pm, in front of Gravers Lane Gallery 8405 Germantown Ave.

Caption: Picture of Trudy Wang with one of her zip tie necklace creations

Chestnut Hill’s annual Home & Garden Festival will take place on Sunday May 5th 11am-5pm (Rain date Sunday May 19th). This year we are all about play, inviting kids of all ages to stop by our booth in front of 8405 Germantown Ave. Creating Zip-Tie art with the guidance of Chestnut Hill long-time resident, Trudy Wang. Trudy is a supporter, artist and client of GLG and the most delightful, cheerful daily visitor. Trudy obtained her architecture degree from Chung Yuan University in Taiwan and then a Masters in Interior Design from Drexel University PA. For several years, Trudy has been making objects and jewelry using the simple Zip-Tie. 

Sneak into the gallery while your kids are occupied crafting. It is the perfect time to make Mom a necklace for Mothers Day.  

FREE! The Zip-Ties are being provided courtesy of Gravers Lane Gallery.  A maximum of 30 Zip-Ties per participant will be provided with a rainbow of color choices.  


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Chestnut Hill is situated in the far Northwest corner of the city, easily accessible by car or train. We recommend coming via Septa regional rain. Spend time strolling the neighborhood, after all Chestnut Hill is known as Philadelphia’s Garden District. This beautifully preserve Victorian neighborhood is ideal for taking a leisurely stroll up and down the many tree-lined blocks with wonderful gardens and interesting architecture. Explore the many Art Galleries, Home Design Stores, Unique Boutiques, Restaurants, Bakeries, Markets and much more.  Don’t forget to visit Gravers Lane Gallery at 8405 Germantown Ave. The current exhibition  “Continuum” Pamela E. Becker and Jan Morgen, is a must see exhibition.




The Gallery is open and free to the public and is handicap accessible. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 5pm, and by appointment.  Please visit www.graverslanegallery.com


Gravers Lane Gallery is one division of The Goldenberg Group, which is comprised of three entities: Goldenberg Development, People Helping People Foundation, and Goldenberg Enterprises, of which Gravers Lane is the first.