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this week in craft!

the crafty news just keeps comin’:

  • Covington’s Arts District is hosting a series of talks about small business. All the sessions take place at the Artists Enterprise Center, 25 W. Seventh St., Covington, KY 4101. The first one, with Melt owner Lisa Kagan, happened last week, but there’s still lots more good stuff:
    • Thursday, May 20, at 7 p.m.: Rick Hoffman, owner, Covington Clay
    • Tuesday, May 25, at 7 p.m.: Dan Korman, owner, Park+Vine
    • Thursday, May 27, at 6 p.m.: Rebecca Volpe, Small Business Insights, City of Covington
  • There’s going to be an art sale at Hamilton and Knowlton in Northside on June 5. Spaces start at just $15, and the deadline to apply is May 28. You can apply right here!
  • Going to the Taft Museum is now free on Sundays! It used to be free on Wednesdays.
  • Northside micromarket Picnic and Pantry is rumored to be opening up shop this weekend. If it’s anything like their debut at the Crafty Supermarket show, there’s going to be a run on tacos, so dine early and often, people.
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  1. Is your show filled this weekend? I know there is a deadline, but … of course there is a but; I just found out about craftysupermarket late last night while I was writing an online article about arts and crafts in the Cincinnati area. I didn’t realize you had an event until this morning or I would have included it in my article.

    I’ve been away from doing shows for a while and would love to participate.

    June 1, 2010
  2. Our next show isn’t until November — stay tuned for details!

    June 1, 2010

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