Don't D.I.Y. on us — Detroit Urban Craft Fair will cure shopping woes at the Masonic

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GENE BUTCHER FOR METRO TIMES
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Leave it to Detroit Urban Craft Fair to take the bull-scrap out of holiday shopping. Now in its 13th year, Michigan’s longest-running indie craft fair anticipates more than 10,000 visitors to peruse more than 100 juried vendors specializing in everything from jewelry, clothing, accessories, home decor, bath products, children’s items, and other handmade goods. There will be food available from Delectabowl and DJ Dave Lawson will provide the tunes. Opening night’s admission will also support local nonprofit Girls Rock Detroit.

For a full list of this year's vendors, click here.

The Detroit Urban Craft Fair begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, and 11 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 2 at the Masonic Temple; 500 Temple St., Detroit; detroiturbancraftfair.com; Tickets are $10 for opening night and $1 Saturday and Sunday.



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