Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Watch out! Giant Pile of Craft Crossing!

Organized by Baltimore’s Charm City Craft Mafia, Pile of Craft is a juried indie craft fair on Saturday, June 16th from 10am-5pm. The whole homemade renaissance has resuscitated the image of crafting — gone is the cliché of your kooky aunt slaving away at a kiln behind the garage. In are bright colors, bold patterns, and inventive artwork of modern design. With over 45 vendors selling their own hand-made wares out of a beautiful restored church in the awesomely community minded neighborhood of Charles Village (Baltimore) – the Charm City Craft Mafia is pulling together one of the most exciting and unique shopping and arts events of the year. One of Baltimore’s beloved food trucks - Gypsy Queen Cafe - will be on hand to keep us fueled, as well as Kinderhook Snacks and coffee provided by Red Emma’s Coffeehouse.

Plan to shop local and handmade from these vendors this June in Baltimore. Buy a raffle ticket (or three or four) for a chance to win a "pile" of amazing craft donated by vendors. And definitely feel super because the money raised is going to Great Kids Farm providing opportunities for Baltimore City students to understand and participate in every aspect of food preparation – from seed to fork.

Totally amazeballs!
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