C’mon down to Bar Harbor!

Island Arts Association Holiday Craft Fair

The IAA’s 38th Annual Holiday Craft Fair features high quality crafts by Mount Desert Island area artisans in a wide range of media including pottery, jewelry, knits, photography, quilting, handcrafted bags, handblown glass, woodworking and more. Proceeds from food sales help support the heating costs of the MDI YWCA. Free IAA shopping bag to the first customer for each vendor each day. Free coffee on Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Free cookies on Saturday from 1 to 3 pm. Free gift wrapping for IAA purchases all day on Saturday.
Atlantic Oceanside Conference Center
119 Eden Street, Route 3 Bar Harbor, Maine 04609

Friday, December 2, 2011   and  Saturday, December 3, 2011

9 AM to 5 PM  on Friday   and   9 AM To 3 PM on Saturday
You bet I’ll be there!  I’ll have plenty of necklaces made with beach rocks…
Loads of silver earrings…
And a forest of wire trees featuring earrings that are specially priced for the fair at $20!
And that’s not all….
As a thank you to shoppers who come to the fair to support local craftspeople, I’ll take 20% off the price of all of my jewelry. (Yup. That means those fun little glass bead earrings, on sterling silver earwires, will actually cost only $16 a pair.)
This is a really great local crafts fair with a whole building full of talented crafters. Admission is free. There is food for sale to support the YWCA, and plenty of lunch tables for sitting. It’s my favorite fair of the year. Even if your shopping is done, it’s worth it to stop by and see people you know. You’d be nuts to miss it!

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6 responses to “C’mon down to Bar Harbor!

  1. holly

    hmmm… bar harbor, you say? next year i might seriously consider coming to bar harbor during the first weekend in december…sounds like a nice getaway! unfortunately, not this year, though! looks like you have a lot of fantastic work…i’m curious about the one with the green sea glass and the sue kennedy bead (i copied you and ordered some of my own!)…what is that part strung on? it makes such a nice arcing shape….
    xoxoh

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    • Barb Fernald

      Maybe we should meet in Rockland in March…..
      Yeah, this has been quite a year of stuff hasn’t it?
      The sea glass section of that necklace is strung on silver plated Beadalon;
      49 strand, .024″.
      Happy Friday my friend!

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  2. Don’t you mean “Bah Hahbah!”

    Good luck, sell lots!

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  3. Susan White

    Everything looks great Barb! xoxoS

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