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Handmade Arcade Features Vendors From the Pittsburgh Region

Handmade Arcade is Saturday, Dec. 8 in Pittsburgh, and area artists are featured.

Pittsburgh's first and largest independent art and craft fair returns today, Dec. 8, to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.

The fair, now in its ninth year, will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will feature more than 150 vendors from the Pittsburgh region—including the North Hills—and from around the country.

Handmade Arcade encourages shoppers to buy local and buy handmade. Want details? Check out the Handmade Arcade listing on the nearby Dormont-Brookline Patch.

Here are a few of the vendors:

Dormont

  • Jennifer Baron, co-organizer and DJ on Dec. 8.

North Hills

  • Jessica Graves—Una Biologicals

Mt. Lebanon

  • Kim Fox—L2 Design Collective; Kim Fox Art
  • Samantha Bower—Designs-By-Samantha 

Cranberry Township

  • Marcy Batesv—Recycled Reads 

Brookline

  • Niffer Desmond—Trilodeon
  • Lisa Krowinski—Sapling Press  

Forest Hills

  • Allison Glancey—Strawberryluna

South Side

  • Dan Rugh—Commonwealth Press

McMurray

  • Audra Azoury—Audra Azoury Jewelry 

Oakmont

  • Tracey Weber—Friend or Foe

Canonsburg

  • Lynne Kropinak—Charmed by Nature

For a complete list of vendors, see the Handmade Arcade website, or the Handmade Arcade Facebook page.

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