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July 25, 2014
Skyline Artisans Guild Summer Festival This Weekend!
Continuing our series of events at the Skyline Grange, we are pleased to invite the public to our 3rd annual Summer Festival presented by Skyline Artisans Guild.
When: July 25, 26, 27 (Fri / Sat / Sun);
Friday 4pm to 7pm (music ongoing until 8pm)
Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.
Where: Skyline Grange #894, 11275 NW Skyline
This will be a weekend event, with about 15 booths showcasing the work of local Skyline area artisans.
Included will be book arts, jewelry, hand-sewn clothing, accessories, pottery, glass, and more. As in previous events, local food vendors will have their baked goods, pickles and other foods available for purchase, and we hope to have local produce available as well.
The weather will be predictably beautiful, and we plan for music out on the grass, with informal acoustic bluegrass & folk jam sessions presented between the scheduled music.
Friday: Local winery Seven Sails Vineyard will have a booth, offering tastings and bottles for sale.
Scheduled live music:
- Friday 5-8 with Jimmy Boyer and Lynn Conover.
- Sat Music 11am - 1pm with Lynn Conover
- Sat 1-5 pm with the McCarthy Creek Boys and the Buddy Evans Band
Also on the agenda:
- Sunday - 12 - 3 pm canning party - making Jam!
There are also plans in the works for artisan demos open to the public during the weekend, likely to be on Sunday morning.
Discover the beauty that is being created in your neighborhood, and come out to strengthen our shared community bond.
We look forward to seeing you.
For more information (including inquiries about vendor spaces), please contact Ken Pincus at
ken [at] pincuspotterystudio [dot] com
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