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The original Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair is just around the corner and this year, it will be at a new venue.
A Los Alamos tradition for 45 years, the annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair will be from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Crossroads Bible Church — a new venue, as the middle school is being remodeled.
The Los Alamos Arts Council is hosting the event and admission is free.
To keep the tradition of a pre-Thanksgiving, holiday shopping spree alive, the LAAC has lined up artists from across New Mexico and nearby regions.
As in past years, jewelry, pottery, painting, metal work, fabric arts and photography will be among the highlights, as well as a wide range of holiday-oriented crafts.
New artists and longtime favorites will be on hand. Kathy Hjeresen, who sells handmade jewelry and woodworker Adrian Martinez, both veterans of the fair will return. Mary Ann Somers and Marilyn Lisowski, two more local jewelers, will also be at the fair.
Fiber arts will be represented, including Hillary Harrell, who will have wool scarves and shawls. Los Alamos fiber artist Jeanne Robinson and her daughter Elise Koskelo, will also have knit wear, wraps and shawls. Susan Young Tweet will be back with her fleece items for both adults and children.
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