Nevada City Craft Fair returns to Miners Foundry
April 25, 2013
The Nevada City Craft Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at Miners Foundry Cultural Center.
The event showcases the region's top Etsy vendors, artisans,do-it-yourself crafters, and their unique, handmade, original and repurposed art, clothing, accessories, jewelry and house wares.
"The Nevada City Craft Fair is the best place to check in with your local artists and makers," said Carabeth Rowley, the Craft Fair's event producer and owner of Lay Swing Boutique. "With such a rich community to draw from, we have a great variety of hand-crafted bath and body products, woodwork, clothing, knit items and even chocolates!"
Some of this year's featured vendors include Cello Chocolates, handcrafted from bean to bar in Nevada City using certified fair trade and organic beans. Poppy Hill Papers' line of handmade products made from 100 percent recycled materials with handpicked wildflowers and grasses. Full Circle Press offering letterpress printed items that it has designed and printed on vintage presses in its shop outside of Nevada City. Krista Tranquilla's handcrafted jewelry from sterling, stones, repurposed and found objects. Inspired by her hometown of North Lake Tahoe and from travels afar.
Sunday's fair costs $5 to attend, and children under 13 are free. The foundry is located at 325 Spring St. in Nevada City.
For information, go to http://minersfoundry.org.
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