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Community Event, Gardening, Craft Show, Benefit/Fundraiser
East Sac Garden Tour
Join Sacramento in celebrating the 21st Anniversary of the East Sac Garden Tour on Mother’s Day weekend, May 11th and 12th. Gardens dotted throughout the Fabulous 40's will be open to public viewing. During your walking tour, you can buy locally-made crafts at the Artisan Boutique and enjoy lemonade, iced tea or snacks at our Sweet Stops along the way. Don't miss this popular Sacramento Mother’s Day tradition. Tickets are available online beginning the first week of April: Tickets will also available at participating East Sacramento businesses. Visit the website for locations: Tickets purchased through May 9th are $20. Tickets purchased on Mother’s Day weekend are $25 and can be purchased at the Will Call Booth at David Lubin Elementary (3535 M Street). Children 12 years and younger are free. All proceeds from the tour directly benefit children’s education at David Lubin Elementary, the first STEAM elementary school in the Sacramento Unified School District.
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Craft Show, Community Event, Fair/Festival
Gold Bug Quilters Annual Quilt Show
There will be many beautiful quilts, wearables, and home decor items on display and great food .If you like to shop we have a new boutique, silent auction items, raffle baskets, vendors, and our opportunity quilt.
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Fair/Festival,Craft Show,Antiques
Sacramento Antique Faire
The Faire has more than 300 fabulous vendors selling antiques and collectibles including art, vintage clothing, jewelry, furniture, housewares, lighting, toys, military and much more.
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Craft Show
Sutter’s Fort to Present Maker’s Mart-Style Shop Traders’ Faire
Shop Traders' Faire is a three-day maker’s mart offered once a year at the Fort. Vendors include Basket Tree, with jewelry made of traditional materials from the Pit River Tribe; beaded hats by Leanne Snow Bear; handmade leather journals by Bigelow Leathers; hand-forged metal goods by Biscuits the Blacksmith; soaps and lotions by Bubbling Goat Soaps; palm leaf hats by the Bull Hat Company; leather bags, knives and wooden canteens by Crooked Creek Trader; and many other vendors of all sorts of intriguing arts, crafts, spiritual objects, textiles and tools.
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