Living Local Art Fair is Nov. 25

Glass plant decorations made by Peterborough resident Jocelyn Brown.

Glass plant decorations made by Peterborough resident Jocelyn Brown. —COURTESY PHOTO

Published: 11-21-2023 9:00 AM

The Living Local Art Fair will celebrate its 10th year Saturday, Nov. 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Peterborough Unitarian Church on Main Street in Peterborough.

This year's fair will showcase more than 35 local craftsmen and artists selling handmade items and gifts. Creators will be selling knit wool hats, pottery, stamped cards, nature-inspired holiday decorations, jewelry, children's tie-dyed clothing and wood toys, soaps and woodworked items. Local authors, including Susie Spikol and John Kulish, will be selling their books and other Harris Center favorites. There will be a bake sale hosted by Robin's Nest Nature Preschool.

The event if free and everyone is welcome. Send email to livinglocalarts@gmail.com for information.

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