Update: Dec. 5. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and said hi and/or made a purchase this year. Glam was a great success. Thanks to all!
The GLAM Craft Show – a gathering of Gainesville-area crafters and artisans – will be held on Sunday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
GLAM will be in a new location – First Magnitude Brewery – with vendors set up both inside the large warehouse and in the beer garden.
My table will be inside the warehouse, along with about 40 other vendors. I always enjoy seeing all the products created by people in the area. This will be my fifth year as a GLAM vendor.
I hope you’ll come by my table and check out possible holiday gifts for your friends and family – and, perhaps, yourself.
I’ll be selling my wood art pieces and craftwork.
My wood Native American style flutes are a great gift, either to be played solo or with other instruments, based on the tuning. I’ve just completed three colorful flutes tuned to B minor. Each flute comes with a music book and a fleece bag.
If you’d like to give someone a gift to stimulate creativity but not require batteries or bluetooth, purchase one of my fanbirds (made from one piece of wood) or one of my colorful art dolls.
Food trucks and food vendors (Humble Fire, Cilantro Tacos, Bubba Luigi’s, Extraordinary Summer Ice Cream, Hyppo, Wellspring Kombucha, and Sweetwater Coffee) will be on site. And of course, First Magnitude will be selling their beer, as well as wine.
Thanks to GLAM Producer Kim Kruse for all her hard work in putting on such a festive venue for area artists and crafters and for holiday shoppers and those just looking for a fun way to spend the day.