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The Croft, also known as the Curran barn, was built by soft drink magnate Maurice Curran in 1874.  It stood next to his mansion on North Main Street.  Now, the barn serves as the community center for Andover's elderly housing complex, Frye Circle, located on the hill between the Lanam Club and the Curran mansion (now condominiums).
 
  
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Crafts in the Park is a fundraiser run entirely by volunteers. All proceeds from booth fees go to providing scholarships for local students participating in international exchange programs and support for families hosting students from abroad. The event has taken place since 1975.
  
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[http://craftsinthepark.com/ Crafts in the Park]
  
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*"The Croft wins design award", ''Eagle Tribune'', June 30, 1991.
 
  
  
 
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Revision as of 17:49, 29 December 2011

Crafts in the Park is a fundraiser run entirely by volunteers. All proceeds from booth fees go to providing scholarships for local students participating in international exchange programs and support for families hosting students from abroad. The event has taken place since 1975.

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--Ruth 16:49, December 29, 2011 (EST)

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