Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012 10 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Location: Dowtown Lisbon St, Lewiston, Lewiston, Maine
For more information: Carly Bouchard; 207-782-7228; laarts.org
On December 1, 2012 the Festival of Arts and Lights will host their second annual artisan craft fair in downtown Lewiston from 10am to 4pm. The Festival will feature 35 + craftsmen at 11 different sites, with goods ranging from wood turnings to photography, jewelry to hand crafted furniture, pottery to Alpaca Wool and teddy bears, holiday cards to poinsettias. The day will not only include wonderful crafts and works of art by local craftsman, but will feature a wine tasting at the Vault and special offers from Lisbon Street restaurants like Niky’s Greek Restaurant and Mother India.
Venues: Lewiston Public Library, Captive Elements Art House, L/A Arts, Centre Ville Plaza, Kimball St. Studio, Chill Yoga, Rainbow Bicycles, Lyceum Gallery, Maine Gourmet Chocolates, the Center for Women’s Wisdom, Forage Market, the Vault
Food Vendors: Mother India, Niky’s Greek Restaurant and Forage Market
Artisans and Craftsman’s (in no specific order)
Jennifer Gammon, Richard Murrell, Kate Casparius Art Group, Kathryn Beausang, Queensland Farm, Stix and Stones, Revelations Massage, Natalie Cox, Suzan Katzir, John Henderson, Adam Tice and Wife, Jacqueline Nielson, Museum L/A, Flanagan Woodcraft, Wicked Illustrations, The Mudroom, Lisa Fields, Courtney Macmunn, June Roberts, Creative Trails, Gypsy Wind Jams, Human Nature Natural Products, Tracey Miller, Ella’s Chocolates, John Stass and Katahdin Furniture, Jessy Kendall, Streaked Mountain, Joan Cyr, Robert Gibson, Roland Martin, Sarah Shepley, Michael Ranucci, Frank Navarro, Daniel Marquis, Roderick Drew, Raymond Michaud, Corrie Bernatchez and more!
Other features of the Festival of Arts and Lights will include an appearance by Santa Clause, face painting, family friendly art making, a wine tasting at the Vault, tasty holiday treats, The Center for Women’s Wisdom Open House and a coat drive by the Trinity Jubilee Center in Dufresne Plaza.
To learn more about L/A Arts events, go to www.laarts.org.