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The Celebration of American Crafts

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The Celebration of American Crafts

Time: November 25, 2017 at 11am to December 24, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Creative Arts Workshop
Street: 80 Audubon Street
City/Town: New Haven, CT 06510
Website or Map: http://www.celebrationofameri…
Phone: 203-562-4927
Event Type: fundraiser, exhibition, and, sale, of, fine, crafts
Organized By: Creative Arts Workshop
Latest Activity: Dec 22, 2017

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Event Description

New Haven, CT – Creative Arts Workshop is presenting the 48th annual Celebration of American Crafts, an exhibition and sale of fine crafts and special events, at 80 Audubon St. in New Haven. From November 25 through December 24th you will be able to shop the sale from Wednesday through Friday from 11am-6pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am-5pm.

 

There is something for everyone at Celebration of American Crafts from clothing to jewelry, soft sculptures to prepared food. This year expect to see handmade works from some of your favorite returning Celebration artists as well as some new, local artists covering a variety of price points.

 

Throughout the Celebration there will be special events and artist demonstrations and workshops every weekend.  Check the Creative Arts Workshop website for the schedule of events.

 

Celebration of American Crafts is also a signature fundraiser for Creative Arts Workshop’s mission to foster creativity in greater New Haven. For more information, visit CelebrationofAmericanCrafts.com.

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