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GREENSGROW FARM SPRING CRAFT BAZAAR—More than 30 artists and crafts vendors will be selling handmade items like knitted doodads, candles, furniture, pottery and prints. Greensgrow is a leader in urban agriculture, so supporting the cause is pretty cool. It's Saturday from 9 to 5 and it's free except for the money you know you're going to spend on doodads.

CHESTNUT HILL HOME & GARDEN FESTIVAL—On Sunday from 11 to 5 Germantown Avenue plays host to tomato seedlings, handmade furniture, art and collectibles, and something called Eco Alley, a strip of more than 20 vendors selling sustainable products like electric bikes. There will also be free yoga, but you don't have to do that to yourself if you don't want to.

BRYN MAWR ESTATE SALE—It's not that the stuff is so terrific (it's kind of not), it's that there's so much of it. It's hard to imagine walking away empty-handed. Just look at those photos.

READING ESTATE SALE—Yes, it's a drive, but there's a doll with human hair (pictured), and that's being hyped as a real selling point. Which we guess it is, if you're a doll collector. Also at that one: some rather nice handmade quilts, vintage glassware (looks like milk glass), lots of Steuben and silver, vintage clothing, an upright piano and much more.