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Nezinscot Farm Store | Fiber, Arts & Crafts and Food
Open Studio
284 Turner Center Road, Turner, ME 04282
(207) 225-3231
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HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 8am-5pm
Join us to celebrate Maine Craft Weekend. Stop by to see and experience everything that Nezinscot Farm has to offer the Maine Craft Community. Our focus is to showcase the unique items that we’ve been creating this year — from food to fiber, including: Open Fiber Studio-Learn a new skill, Fiber Demonstrations, Spinning, Felting, Knitting, Crocheting, Rug Hooking, Apothecary Demonstrations, Charcuterie Making Demonstrations and Cheese Making Demos.

 

 

The Hive- Artisan Coop & Gallery | Art Gallery & Studio
Member run artisan gallery housing 13 visual artists and artisans. Meet the artists and take part in interactive demonstrations
178 Lisbon Street, 2nd Floor, Lewiston, ME 04240
(207) 254-9753
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HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
We are a member run artisan gallery. We currently house 13 visual artists and artisans. During craft weekend you will be able to chat with our members, watch demos and help create art. You will also be able to walk around a see our growing amount of public art popping up outside the gallery.Light refreshments and live music will be provided.

 

LocalCentric | Maine-made products
We offer a wide variety of Maine made products for sale.
4B Brown St, Gray, ME 04039
(207) 657-4445
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HOURS: Saturday 10am-7pm
We plan to have some artisans who are featured in our shop on hand for demos and to offer customers a chance to meet the people behind the products.

 

Ray Corson | Woodworking
Open woodworking shop and store
108 Foxhill Rd, Athens ME 04922
(207) 431-0745
Etsy Shop
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HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
Rays woodworking shop is an in home working hobby, self taught, grown wild to self sustaining business that Ray hopes to retire to eventually. Ray sells in local shops, River Roads Gallery in Skowhegan and on etsy and out of our home as well working with his wife Karen to keep it in full motion. Open by appointment outside this special event weekend.