If you can’t DIY— just buy

. October 31, 2019.

Full disclosure: most of my holiday shopping is done in a full-on, Supermarket Sweepstakes-style fugue state during Handmade Toledo’s Maker’s Mart. I never know who I am buying for, but I always see enough cute stuff to know I can satisfy a handful of friends and family with the DIY and handmade goods. Fortunately, the popular semi-annual pop-up indie craft fair is back for its holiday edition on Saturday, November 16. Shop from more than 80 handmade vendors and enjoy Toledo food trucks and local coffee, craft cocktails, and beer during one of the area’s favorite holiday events.

$1 | 10am-7pm | Saturday, November 16
Handmade Toledo, 1717 Adams St.
419-214-1717 | Handmadetoledo.com

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