American Beauty: DIYpsi Summer Festival

. August 1, 2017.
Browse the work of 90 local and regional artisans at DIYpsi
Browse the work of 90 local and regional artisans at DIYpsi

DIYpsi is a force in the local arts scene. DIYpsi Summer Festival, finds its home at Arbor Brewing Company with special food and brews. Browse the work of 90 local and regional artisans for creations of jewelry, pottery, prints, sculpture and more in this dynamic summer-themed festival. Find the perfect handmade gift or something pretty for yourself. There will also be a bevy of indie musicians performing.

Saturday, August 5-6 | 11am
ABC Microbrewery, 720 Norris St, Ypsilanti
734-480-2739 | diypsi.com
Free

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