Holiday Festival of the Arts show/sale has started
and it's looking great!
Over 100 local artist's displays
1200 Meador Avenue - east off Lincoln and Fraser Streets, behind Inside Pitch
10:00 am to 6:00 pm Wednesdays through Sundays
Christmas Eve hours: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
For 2012, Sam'Studio has unique notebook/journals, holiday gift card sets, the popular mini photo albums, post-it note desk sets, purse/pocket post-it notes, bookmarks are HERE and original origami gift boxes. Support your local artists and shop local!
The Whatcom county's Allied Arts Holiday Festival is starting November 16th through December 24th.
This year's location is a little off the beaten path, but worth finding us at : 1200 Meador Avenue in Bellingham (see map link below)
Not your average craft show, but a juried show of talented artist from the greater northwest.
Come early for the best selections and support our renown art community.
Sam's Studio is back this year with extented and new product lines.
This weekend is our annual Fall Back and gain an hour.
What will you do with the extra hour on your hands?
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