The city’s longest-running alternative craft festival returns in November with a new focus on the state’s up-and-coming makers. The free shopping event runs 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10.
New for this year is Emerging Outlaws, spotlighting 20 up-and-coming vendors from across the state who have been in business for less than two years.
Join mobile arts and sewing instructor Sew Kart for a hands-on rope bowl class, or catch a lace making demo with Lacemakers of Central Ohio. Experience all things DIY with interactive stations from Columbus Museum of Art and Experience Columbus. A Fair Trade Mini Market will feature items from members of Fair Trade Columbus, including Global Gifts, World Peaces, Haven Herbs and more.
Little ones will love shopping the Kids Craft Crawl at 4 p.m., when they can choose from among items priced at $5 to $10. And before you leave, be sure to get a tarot reading and a photo with celebrity drag Santa impersonator Jamz Dean.
Columbus Underground serves millions of readers across Columbus and Central Ohio. Founded in 2001, our forward-thinking, editorial news platform grants readers 24/7 online access to current events and happenings in their ever-changing city.
All content copyright ColumbusUnderground.com unless otherwise credited.
Local journalism is more important than ever. Please take a moment to read a bit about our mission and consider financially supporting our cause.