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Anna Liers sells glass figurines from Russia during (Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Anna Liers sells glass figurines from Russia during the 17th annual HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington. (June 3, 2012)

Craft festival visits Port Washington

The annual HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival drew shoppers who wanted to check out the array of merchandise.

The HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival attracts patrons
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The HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival attracts patrons of all ages. (June 3, 2012)

Anna Liers sells glass figurines from Russia during
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

Anna Liers sells glass figurines from Russia during the 17th annual HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington. (June 3, 2012)

Celia Harewood and her daughter Aalayah, 8, sold
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Celia Harewood and her daughter Aalayah, 8, sold hair accessories and braided hair at the HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington for the first time this year. (June 3, 2012)

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The 17th Annual HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival
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The 17th Annual HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival on Main Street in Port Washington. (June 3, 2012)

Shoppers browse through the selection of handcrafted jewelry
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Shoppers browse through the selection of handcrafted jewelry during the HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington. (June 3, 2012)

HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington
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HarborFest Dock Day Craft Festival in Port Washington draws residents, who say they come back every year. (June 3, 2012)

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