HaldeCraft at Where the Sidewalk Ends: Family Arts Festival

I have been trying to get to this post ALL WEEK LONG, which means it’s probably totally too late to tell you and you all already have plans for the weekend. If you DON’T have plans, come to this!!!

Come see the HaldeCraft booth this coming Saturday or Sunday at Thornebrook Village; we’ll have ceramics (including alligator planters and new coffee travel mugs!), soaps (with some new fragrances!), yarn (quite a number of new colors and yarn bases!), and hopefully a few other new things and surprises that are still in the planning stages!

Where the Sidewalk Ends: Family Arts Festival
Thornebrook Villiage
2441 NW 43rd Street
Gainesville Florida
Saturday, March 3, 2012 9:30 AM – 3PM
Sunday, March 4, 2012 9:30 AM – 3PM

Not familiar with Thornebrook Village? There is quite a lot of parking available, and plenty of delicious places to stop in and grab a bite to eat while you walk around and take in the event.

Not familiar with Where The Sidewalk Ends: Family Arts Festival? I could just tell you it’s flat out fun (some of you may remember that we did this event last year while still a part of Hanks Yarn and Fiber) but please indulge me while I go a little more in depth. This family-oriented arts-and-craft festival is a hands-on experince for the young and young-at-heart. There will be art vendors, music, food, art activities, art demonstrations, kid’s activities, live reenactments and family-friendly organizations. Last year we were blown away by the acrobats and the hula-hoops, and the sheer amount of talent we saw in our fellow vendors. You can find out more about this event brought to us by Yopp, Inc. and their commitment to art in the youth community on their website.

We are very excited to be doing both days of this event, and hope to see some of you there!

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