this is happening

saturday, if you're anywhere near jack london square, head on over to the handmade ho down! entry is free and there will be over 50 vendors sharing their wares. i just love that the vacant space of the old barnes and noble gets to be used in such a crafty way!

this is an evening event, starting at 5pm. here are some more event highlights of what you can expect:

*farmers market eats

*local beer and wine!

*live local bands/djs including:

-red meat

-kit and the branded men

-the goat family

-the crosstops

-dj dirti hari

*swag bags to first 200 attendees!

*raffle - proceeds to drawbridge

*bring in art supplies for drawbridge and receive free raffle tickets

*live weaving demo by the de young museum

*square dancing lessons and contest!

*picnic tables and hay bales

*creamed corn wrestling (yes, seriously)

*mechanical bull rides

meet local artisans, musicians, and farmers while at the same time supporting drawbridge, a local organization which provides art programs and classes to homeless and other vulnerable children in 7 bay area counties.


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