If you're an indie artist or crafter looking for shows to participate in, you really need to sign up for the Los Angeles Craft Mafia's newsletter. The almost-weekly email highlights upcoming craft fairs, along with details about the shows and contact info so readers can participate in the shows that interest them.
After the jump, a few of the upcoming craft show listings from the most recent Los Angeles Craft Mafia newsletter.
Del Mano Productions is putting on a Holiday show at the South Bay Pavilion Mall on Dec. 3 to 5. Booth space is 10" x 8", and a couple tables will be provided. The cost is $350 for 3 days.
Contact Ray Leier for more information: (626) 797-6803.
Red Rabbit Holiday Arts & Crafts Market will take place Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium, with 50 vendors selling their handmade artwork. Goody bags will be passed out to the first 50 attendees, and a full schedule of free family-friendly craft classes and projects are planned. Guests can visit and shop with the artists, then make a fun gift for their special someone.
The Buttermilk Truck will be there serving up breakfast, the Tam Truck will dish out fabulous Vietnamese lunches, and the Sweets Truck will sell treats in the afternoon.
Admission is free and there's parking available in the adjacent parking structure for $6. Spaces are $75 - $100, tables and chairs are included. Applications and more info is at our website: http://redrabbitworkshop.com
Lori Cooper is organizing a Christmas Boutique on Nov. 27, the Saturday after
Thanksgiving, at St. Paul Lutheran in the West Adams area of Los Angeles. An 8 to 10 foott space is $35 + 1 item (of your choice) donated to the hourly raffle. The show is from 10 - 4 with a one hour set up/break down on either side. We will provide tables, chairs and electricity.
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Lori is looking for a variety of crafters. Baked goods are ok, but should be packed to go. The church will sell light food and munchies. Hand/artisan-made items are preferred, and she's hoping to have items for babies/children and boys/men.
Contact Lori Cooper during business hours at (310) 969 7102.