The annual Fine Craft Show, now in its 29th year, has gone virtual for 2020, but there are still numerous handmade, artisan and one-of-a-kind items available for purchase from dozens of local and national vendors.
In honor of “Small Business Saturday”, the city of Santa Clarita’s Arts & Events Events Coordinator Casey Miller is encouraging shoppers to check-out the virtual event in support of small business owners.
“All of these items are unique, they’re handmade, and when you visit the [virtual] vendor booths you really will see that it’s a labor of love,” Miller says.
The Fine Craft show is free to the public and will feature local and nationwide artists with high-quality, original and Made-in-the-USA crafts for all budgets, just in time to find a perfect holiday gift. One-of-a-kind, handmade gift items will be available for purchase during the monthlong online event, which is happening now until December 15; attendees will find items like jewelry, paintings, pottery, ceramics, wearables, home décor, woodwork and more.
To attend the Virtual Expo, please visit the Fine Craft Show Event Hub. Attendees can return to the Event Hub following the expo to explore online stores for all of this year’s vendors. A link to the Fine Craft Show Event Hub is also available on the city of Santa Clarita Events and ArtsinSCV Facebook pages.(c) 2020 SCVTV