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Taste for Artisans 

Sat., April 3 2010
Price: Free Admission

Join in us in celebrating modern Americana and things handmade with quality and love.

Presented by the East Bay Express in collaboration with Mini Marzipan, the Taste for Artisans party will be an urban ho-down of epic proportions.

Featuring:

Over 50 Bay Area artisans selling their wares
Mechanical Bull Riding
Cream Corn Wrestling
Pie Eating Contests
Square Dancing Lessons
Beer, wine, and food from family farms
Amazing raffle prizes
Swag bags for the first 200 guests
Free Bike valet, courtesy of East Bay Bike Coalition

This event benefits the Drawbridge Foundation, which provides art programs for homeless and other vulnerable children. Donations of unused art supplies are greatly appreciated, and will earn you free raffle tickets!

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