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Celebrate Creativity, Community, and Culinary Inspiration at the KPFA Crafts Fair! 

Dec. 14-Nov. 15 2013
Price: $10 admission allows your guest to come in free.
Over 65 or under 17 and disabled people, FREE!
The Fair showcases affordable contemporary art and crafts made by artists from throughout the Western States, and presents hand-made Fair Trade goods from indigenous communities around the world. New to the Fair this year is Edible Tastings, offering fair-goers delicious samplings of locally made artisanal edible products. Plus, there’s live music from 11-5 each day at the Mezzanine Food Court.

Free shuttles from select BART and Muni stations. Details at www.kpfa.org/craftsfair


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