Craft Crawl

Craft Crawl(2022)

It’s time to get creative! Grab your scissors and head to Country Village for the first annual Craft Crawl. Stop into participating businesses and make a unique craft at each shop. Additionally, some shops will offer a “take and go” craft packet to take home. If you can’t wait to put it together, you can bring it to the Country Village craft room and assemble it here. For those of you who always think, “I can make that”, this event is for you. Check back soon for more details.

Craft Crawl

Together with Bell Tower Brewing Co., MadCap Brew Co., North Water Brewing Co., and Zephyr Pub, we’ll be holding the inaugural Crafty Crawl on June 25. There will be craft beers and various local arts and crafts vendors in each of the four locations where the event is held. A total of sixty artists’ works and dozens of delicious craft beers will be on show. A limited quantity of Crafty Crawl canvas shopping totes will be offered for sale at each stop for just $5, and some of the stations will feature live music and food trucks. There will be a raffle for a significant prize at each site on the Crafty Crawl. (Enter four times; see all four locations! There is no requirement to purchase. On Monday, June 27th, there will be a raffle for three $250 prizes after the presentation. Prize packages, including goods from a nearby brewery and $100 Kent eGift Cards, will be given out.

Crafters

  • It’s Alyssa Tarr here.
  • Amy Mothersbaugh
  • For the Backcountry and Beyond: Glazed Stoneware
  • Bellflower
  • Flowers on Cards, Like Seeds
  • Outstanding Works by Artist Calvin Dent
  • Clay collections, Ltd.
  • Fortress Tobacco Valley Lumber Co.
  • herbs from the sage and cypress
  • Milk Condensed with Daisies
  • Inflatable Market
  • Increased Floral Industry
  • Fred Ketler Potter, Jr.
  • Hazel made
  • Jenna Nicola Rinaldi
  • Positive Attitudes Prevail
  • Stephen Mulé, a photographer
  • involving the application of paint
  • Campbell, A. C., or Willow
  • Real-Time Performance of Art Forms
  • noon-1:30 Article by Jim Zeller
  • A. Brooke Ashley Toussant from 2:00 to 3:30
  • 4:00–5:30 Mick Rogers
  • Food
  • Menu for Restaurant & Bar at Bell Tower Brewery

Crafters

  • Abbie Dabbles and Art on the Block
  • The Athena Brown Gallery
  • by Auntie Em’s Cookies
  • the location of bird nests
  • Plans for an evil drawbridge
  • The Selection from Canal Street
  • Courtney’s Home-Baked Desserts
  • DGerard Studios is who we are.
  • Eggzotika
  • A bunch of Nelsons, that is.
  • Live, dream, and create.
  • Mabel Botanica produced the item.
  • Consume some butter
  • Piercing of jewelry
  • images taken by Randy Crider
  • Robert Williams’ artwork is outstanding.
  • terrible rebel dyes
  • Ceramics from Magician’s Slumbering
  • Authentically Made Greeting Cards
  • Food
  • The Erie Street Kitchen Food Truck will be nearby from 12 to 4 o’clock.
  • Open from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Crafters

  • wine glasses without stems from the Brook line.
  • In the Crooked River Valley, a florist and gift shop
  • superior woodwork for acoustics
  • A Hiram Farm Original Piece of Art
  • Awful People, You Want to Hug
  • Katharine Kelley
  • Specialty by KB
  • studio accessible in the early morning
  • Designed by a Skilful Fox
  • Battle Ink
  • Real-Time Performance of Art Forms
  • We’ll be floating upstream between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00.
  • 5:00-8:00 Linguist Randy Horvath is Hungarian.
  • Food
  • Kitchen Providing Comfort Food noon to three
  • BBQ, Brooks-style, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Crafters
  • Buy from Bettie Dee!
  • Balms & Bombs
  • Beautiful Morgue specializes in the Dead
  • Fierfaerie44
  • Companies that Produce – Ian Marshall
  • The AJ Geldhof
  • According to Jessica Sabin
  • Lonnie T. Thryr
  • adorning cadavers
  • This is why Oracle is fantastic.
  • Peter John Dunn
  • Randa’s beads
  • Automaton Consortium
  • Sara S. E. Edwards
  • Snow
  • Tortellini

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