More than 20 different vendors are showcasing their work at the Black Swan Theatre. From wood and glass work to jewelry and paintings, vendors say it’s a great chance to keep money local while also getting some beautifully unique gifts.
Event organizers say it’s a great opportunity for staff of OSF and other local artisans to showcase their talents.
“I think it’s super important to support your local artisans and business and this is a fantastic way to do it,” said Tasia Simon, organizer of the event. “All of us get to participate and show a side of creativity and show that off in a way that we don’t get to year round.”
The fair wraps up Sunday. Doors open at 10 a.m and close at four in the afternoon.
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