The California Crafters Club of Etsy (CCCOE) is a group of independent artists, crafters, & artisans from California who sell their wares on Etsy.com.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

CCCOE September Happenings!

September 1st: Prairie Primitives is participating in The Antiques & Art Fair in Danville, CA. Hours are from 9am till ?? (mid-afternoon, I suppose). Admission is FREE. The show is at 125 Railroad Avenue in Danville, and is easily accessible from the 680. September 5th-October 20th: Nina of PrettyCheap Jewelry is part of Fragile Sands Hobo Jungle at Bell Arts Factory. Opening reception September 5th from 5pm-10pm. Bell Arts is located at 432 N. Ventura Avenue Studio 101 in Ventura, CA 93001 September 5th-October 10th:Elena of ElenaMary has an exhibition of her Art ART OF THE BOOK 9-5 to 10-12-2008 Opening reception 9-6 from 6:30 to 9pm San Buenaventura Artist Union Gallery 330 South California St. Plaza Ventura, CA. 90031 805-643-3012 September 20th:Tina of TreasuresbyTina and Anita of Jewlz076 are sharing a booth at Taste of Saratoga. September 20th: MyFriendRoze jewelry and Amanda K Lockrow Jewelry will both have tables at the Glasshouse Swapmeet in Pomona. Event is free and goes from 10am-3pm. Located at the Glasshouse, 200 W. 2nd St in Pomona. There is a handmade district and also companies like Kid Robot, Obey, Paul Frank selling at this event. October 5th: Prairie Primitives is participating in the Lodi Street Faire in Lodi, CA. This Faire is downtown on School and Church Streets. Our booth will be on School Street. This show runs from 8am to 4pm. This is a FREE event. The booths on School Street is mostly antiques and "old stuff" and the booths on Church Street are mostly crafts. Lodi is easily accessible from both the 5 and 99. Are you a member of CCCOE and have upcoming events? Email aklockrow@yahoo.com to get your events added to the team blog.

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