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Maven: Urban Design + Craft Fair
Date Saturday September 09
Time 12:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Location Details
1700 Dwight Way @ McGee
Berkeley, CA
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorAdjowah Brodie

Maven: Urban Design + Craft Fair is an indie boutique style craft fair featuring the Bay Area's most exquisitely skilled and ultra crafty women artisans. Maven is the East Bay's first monthly crafts event, held the second Saturday of every month, starting Saturday, September 9, from 12p.m. - 5p.m., at the corner of Dwight and McGee in Berkeley.

The Maven Craft Fair seeks to promote the businesses of all women, with a special emphasis on women of color in the arts/crafts/handmade/D.I.Y. communities. The Maven Craft Fair presents the best of the best, with a strong commitment to locally handmade arts, crafts, goods and services. Come early for one of a kind necklaces by The Weekend Store, letterpress notecards from Motormouth Press, and super deluxe body butters by Herbal Grace - stay for the free libations and scrumptious finger foods!
Added to the calendar on Friday Aug 11th, 2006 12:13 AM
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