- WOW! There is so much to do in our fair city and surrounding areas this weekend, it is hard to know where to begin so I will take things chronologically (except of course, I will promote the heck out of the 2 events I am vending in first!!!!) This is a weekend you could literally shop till you drop!!!
- Marion County Recycling and Litter Prevention will be hosting it’s 4th Annual Eco-Art Show at the Historic Palace Theater. I will be vending there along with tons of local artists. Looks like it will be worth the trip north of Columbus to join in the fun and eats throughout the day so come on out!!
- Communities all over the country are planning America Recycles Day events on Friday, November 15th. The Marion County Recycling & Litter Prevention 4th Annual Eco-Art Show is a wonderful way to celebrate creativity and a green economy. Artists and crafters have created beautiful, useful items made from materials that would have otherwise been thrown away. Folks really need to see this stuff to believe it—adorable mittens repurposed from shrunken wool sweaters, cool furniture up-cycled from broken pallets and steel barrels, burned out light bulbs turned into pretty tree ornaments, discarded men’s ties sewn into darling hair bows, repurposed greeting cards, scrap metal sculptures, recycled glass art, reclaimed wood birdfeeders, silverware jewelry, hand-woven scrap rugs, and so much more. It’s a great opportunity to find that perfect, unique holiday gift, plus, it’s just a lot of fun to look around. We’ll have Patrick Upp‘s wood-fired pizza, a cash bar, theatre popcorn and The Candy Shack & Sarah Robinson’s Sweet Surrender Cookies to enjoy at The Marion Palace Theatre from 12 noon until 7pm.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
6:00pm until 8:00pm
||Substance is pleased to invite you to a snowflake making party!Don’t recall your elementary school art class days? No need to fret–come join in and learn how to make the perfect paper snowflake!Already a varsity-level crafter? Manager Maddie will be demonstrating how to take your flakes to the next level. Substance will be providing all the supplies– so don’t worry about bringing anything.Feel free to either keep your creations, or allow the store to use your art to create an in-store winter wonderland for the holidays. In addition, while you’re here crafting, any purchases between 6-8 pm will be given a 15% discount and free hot cocoa. Open to those 12 and over!
This Friday at Ace of Cups the Columbus Burlesque Collective
is happy to share the stage with 3 lovely guest performers, Aria Amore, Eileen Galvin and Pandora Foxx. Collective members Lady Monster and Kitty Mystique will be celebrating their birthdays, so please come and wish them a happy one!6:30-7:30 FREE show. Drink and BBQ specials and some of the hottest entertainers in town
I will be vending again on Saturday at St. Brendan’s Fall Craft Show
in Hilliard. This show has grown every year I’ve been in it and till feature all kinds of artisans ranging from jewelry to home goods to apparel and more! The organizers also offer food and a raffle so stop by and see me (of course, buying something would be appreciated too!!!! haha!)
St. Brendan Fall Craft Show
90 vendors of homemade crafts, food, & fun
Sat., Nov 16th – 9 AM – 3 PM
St. Brendan School
4475 Dublin Road, Hilliard
(corner of Davidson & Old Dublin Roads)
Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus & the Women’s Club
4th Annual Holiday Shop Around
10-5 Saturday– This weekend at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center at 505 W Whittier St in the Scioto Audubon Metro Park! Over 22 artisans, plus Wild Birds Unlimited, Scioto Gardens, and Columbus Idea Foundry. Fun crafts for kids, snacks, and a cozy fire to enjoy! Plus, Explorer’s Club will have their food truck! So please come enjoy, get some holiday shopping done, and support local!
96 handmade makers in all return
November 16th, 10am-5pm to Veterans Memorial in downtown Columbus.
There is something for everyone on your holiday shopping lists and this is the only craft show in town to bring you artists from all over the Midwest with irreverent finds and unique charm.
The first 100 shoppers of the day pick up a free screen printed tote to carry all those goodies you are about to buy!
Shop from over 90 handmade crafters, artisans and designers.
All day parking $7.
GET CRAFTY COLUMBUS
make and take stations will offer DIY activities for all ages.
Create a button courtesy of What the Rock!
Customize your own soy candle at The Candle Lab.
Pattycake Bakery is sponsoring some DIY holiday crafts, make a puzzle ornament or stamp your own greeting card.
Have a screen printed shirt or tote created on the spot from Alison Rose.
Rendezvous can give you a new look with hair extensions.
Have a burning question? ask our own version of Dear Abby at ASK&TELL.
CD102.5 will be present with their prize wheel.
Say cheese at our photo booth courtesy of Jessica Miller PhotographyGIVE LOCAL, WIN LOCAL!
play a game of chance at the Plinko board and win fab prizes from sponsors and exhibitors.
$10 offers you 2 turns and all proceeds benefit Nationwide Children’s Champions.
Stop by Columbus Diaper Coalition with a box or sleeve of unopened diapers and receive a free screen printed poster from Igloo Letterpress.
Columbus Youth Guild will host their own origami station and have handmade
goods by kids for sale.
EAT, DRINK, SHOP and BE MERRY
shopping burns calories, grab a bite of food from the concession stand.
Crafts and beer have been a hit here long before craft beer was a thing and there will be plenty of both on hand! Please drink responsibly.
Most exhibitors accept credit cards but an ATM is on site.
Bring the kids and rest for a moment in the family center. Change a diaper, feed a baby or close the door and let them run lose for a moment. Children should be supervised within the family center at all times.
Dance the day away with vinyl spun tunes courtesy of Wholly Craft
And more shopping can be had at the first Holiday Craftacular at Schiller Park, 1069 Jaeger St, Columbus, OH 43206 on 11/17/13, 11am-5pm. Shoppers will enjoy live entertainment, artists demonstrations, make and take arts and crafts station, raffle prizes, festival foods and handmade holiday desserts. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Schiller Park Recreation Center.
Some of the vendors are formerly featured artisans and include these folks to name a few!
Crafty by Nature
Hen Pen Designs
Hound Dog Designs
Jennifer Sadler Designs
Rinn and Sammie
River Wolfe Art Jewelry
The Soap Diva
Three Friends One Brain
Tulane Road Pottery
What the Rock?!