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Mill Valley Holiday Craft Fair



There’s been a shift in people’s attitudes toward holiday shopping in recent years and blowout Black Friday (or Thanksgiving Day) sales are receiving a bit of a pushback. Outdoor adventure-giant REI has announced that they will be paying their employees to not work on the shop-til-you-drop-cause-someone-trampled-you extravvagnza, and the rising popularity and amount of craft fairs in the Bay Area speaks to the rising interest in and appreciation for unique, hand-crafted gifts. A place where local holiday shopping has been going strong is the Mill Valley Community Center, which will be hosting their 13th Annual Holiday Craft Fair. The event will showcase over 55 new and returning artists selling their fine handmade arts and crafts. Among the items available for purchase will be assortment of bags and pouches from Ice Poppy as well as many other fine goods made by our neighbors including woodwork, jewelry, ceramics, knitwear, plants and more.

If You Go:

When: Saturday, December 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley
Cost: Free
More information available here


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