Posts Tagged: ann arbor

The Lunch Room Caters the Detroit Urban Craft Fair

They’re an independent business with an inspiring story. They make everything themselves, with a lot of local love. And their food is delicious! We’re excited to welcome The Lunch Room…

Liberty Local Today!

Looking to get some early Christmas shopping done (or just shop for yourself)? Check out Liberty Local today in Ann Arbor!¬†Liberty Local will have 2 floors of indie craft with…

Liberty Local Applications Open

Liberty Local, a juried craft fair in Ann Arbor, is now accepting applications for crafty vendors through September 1st. The show will be taking place on Saturday, October 27th from…

Liberty Local this Weekend!

Liberty Local, a new indie craft fair, hosted by the Ann Arbor Art Center is this weekend! 35 Michigan and Illinois vendors will be showcased on two floors of the…

Get involved with the Kerrytown Bookfest

Direct to you from the greater Ann Arbor area is Kate Kehoe of Chicaloo Kate. She’s reporting in with some info on how you can be a possible vendor at…

Eek! MICE! at the Market!

Not to worry, this is the good kind of mice! Join the MICE (Michigan Indie Crafters on Etsy) group this weekend at the Ann Arbor Sunday Artisan’s Market from 11…

ANN ARBOR: exposure.detroit group exhibit

30: 30 photographers from SE Michigan share their vision of what Michigan means to them. Opening reception: 7-9 p.m. Friday, June 6 Location: Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea; 123 West Washington…

Yarn Harlot in Ann Arbor

Details: 7 p.m. April 11 in Ann Arbor, MI, Ann Arbor District Library, 343 South Fifth Ave. “The Yarn Harlot made two spectacular visits to AADL last year, where over…

Knitty.com Editor at Ann Arbor Library

Amy R. Singer, Editor of Knitty.com will share knitting tips and tales while signing copies of her books,¬†“no Sheep for You” and “Knit Wit.” Bring your yarn and needles! When:…

Any Ann Arbor Art Fair renegades?

I happen to work in downtown Ann Arbor, and last year I remember some great anti-fair booths being set up along the side streets. Anyone know of any great makers…