Wild Pines Shop announces the return of its Meet the Makers Artisan Fair for the second year in a row, reports owner Liz Swindell. This celebration of local artists and their craft will take place Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Art Yard behind Wild Pines at 7495 Hwy 89 in Graeagle.
“The Meet the Makers Artisan Fair is a unique opportunity for the community to come together and support the talent that thrives in our region,” said Swindell. “It’s also a wonderful opportunity to acquire exceptional, locally crafted art.” This year, Wild Pines will host approximately 15 artists from neighboring communities, including Meadow Valley, Quincy, Cromberg, Sloat, Graeagle, Clio, Truckee, Portola, and Reno. Attendees will have the chance to explore a diverse array of artistic styles and purchase one-of-a-kind creations directly from the artists themselves.
Event highlights include the following:
- Live musical performances throughout the day.
- Family-friendly fun.
- Artist interaction: Attendees can meet the artists, learn about their creative processes, and gain a deeper appreciation for their work.
- Local support: By choosing unique and handmade purchases, shoppers will support the local art community.
- Fundraising giveaway: All proceeds from a giveaway featuring artist-donated goods will benefit Plumas Arts’s Artists in the Schools programming.
Wild Pines Shop is committed to promoting creativity, community, and the appreciation of local artistry, said Swindell. Learn more at http://www.wildpinesshop.com.
Information submitted by Wild Pines Shop