DesignPhiladelphia Citywide cultural event spotlighting all things design, including architecture, fashion, textiles & more. University of the Arts, 320 S. Broad St.; 215-717-6515. designphiladelphia.org. 10/10.
Guided Architectural Walking Tours Explore old & new architecture in & around historic Philadelphia neighborhoods. Preservation Alliance, 1616 Walnut St., Ste. 1620; 215-546-1146. www.preservationalliance.com/events/walking_tours.php. $10; $8 students with ID; free for children 10 and under. 10/6.
Highlands Craft Show About 70 artisans present handmade jewelry, furniture, clothing, home decor, ceramics. Germantown Academy Arts Center, 340 Morris Rd., Fort Washington; 215-641-2687. www.highlandshistorical.org/craft.html. $8. 10/6.
Judaic Needlework Exhibit Needlework pieces representing a wide range of techniques: cross-stitch, quilts, surface embroidery. Katz Jewish Community Center, 1301 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill. 10/5.
Phila Flea Market Old City, Between Front and 5th www.PhilaFleaMarkets.org. 10/5.
Stitched Through Time: A Legacy of Quilts More than 30 quilts dating from the 1830s-1930s. Gloucester County Historical Society Museum, 58 N. Broad St., Woodbury. Included in admission. 10/5.
Traditional Costumes of the Balkans Costumes & accessories from several private collections. Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center, 1501 Glasstown Rd., Millville; 856-825-6800. Included in admission. 10/5.
West Phila Community Flea Market West Mill Creek Tennis Courts, 5200 Wyalusing Ave. 10/6.
Wynnefield Heights Flea Market Hosted by Wynnefield Heights Civic Association to raise money for the revitalization of the Conshohocken Windemere Playground. Pathmark Supermarket, 4160 Monument Rd.; 215-473-9422. 10/6. 9 am-4 pm.