Giving the gift of craft

. November 26, 2013.
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Procrastinating gift givers, take note: on Saturday, December 14, two of Washtenaw county’s finest holiday craft shows will show- case their wares. Enterprising art lovers in need of some last-minute gifts can search at the DIYpsi Indie Art Fair, or at the Tiny Expo Indie & Craft Fair. Annually held at Corner Brewery, the DIYsi fair will let art consumers imbibe fine beer as they peruse. Meanwhile, in Ann Arbor proper, the Tiny Expo will showcase local artists, as well as offer food and cocktails at Kerrytown Market & Shops.

Saturday, December 14. D.I.YPSI Indie Art Fair: 1-11pm. Also, Sunday, December 15 1-7pm. Corner Brewery, 720 Norris St., Ypsilanti. diypsiartfair.com; Tiny Expo Indie & Craft Fair: 10am-7pm. Kerrytown Market & Shops of Ann Arbor, 407 N. Fifth Ave. facebook.com/tinyexpo2013 Free for both events

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