Detroit Urban Craft Fair is still accepting applications, but only for another week


Founded by Handmade Detroit, The Detroit Urban Craft Fair (DUCF) is celebrating its ninth year in business. Each year the alternative craft fair sets up shop in a huge Detroit venue and brings together quality products by local makers and crafters and the metro Detroiters who want to purchase those wares. A juried craft show, those behind it are very picky about the artists, crafters, and makers who will be included. You can always expect to find the best of the best at the DUCF.

This year's fair will be held at the Masonic Temple on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6-7. While the date, time, and venue have already been solidified, Handmade Detroit is still accepting applications for vendors. Locals can apply up until Thursday,Sept. 25 at midnight. No applications will be accepted after the deadline. For tips on how to apply click here

The Masonic Temple is located at 500 Temple St., Detroit. Admission to the fair is $1 for adults and free for kids 12 and younger. 

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