Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Pilgrim Soul Forge Harvest Fair in Alameda California September 8th

Pilgrim Soul Forge Harvest Fair
A Celebration of Traditional Crafts and Skills
                                                                                    Sunday, September 8th     
12 noon - 6 pm
Free admission. 

Join us for our third annual craft and harvest home fair this weekend! Enjoy blacksmithing demonstrations, local crafts, food and libations, and live music from The Doggone Blues Band. While on the Point, visit local wineries Rock Wall Wine Company, Rosenblum Cellars, St. George Spirits, and others.

Craft Artisans: Susan Tuttle (Jewelry), Grant Marcoux (Blacksmithing, Forged Metalwork and Tool Sharpening), Sue Marek (Art Glass), Karri Jose (Handbags and Garments), Susan Laing (Felted Garments), and Ros Harper (Woodwork). Also, local author Gary Sproul ("The Length of the Leash").
Food Vendors: Andre Kruglikov (Local Honey and Gourmet Treats), Sue Spiersch (Baked Goods), Mayra Powell (Fair Trade Coffee), and Jon Zax and Kathy Cronin (Artisan Pickles).
Body Care: Alameda Natural Grocery's amazing lines of locally produced health and beauty aids.
Hear the roar of the forge and ring of the anvil! Bring your knives and garden tools to be sharpened by a real blacksmith!

Pilgrim Soul Forge
101 West Tower Avenue (Alameda Point/old Alameda Naval Base)
Alame da CA94501
Driving Directions from Webster Street Tube (off 880/Oakland): 
Continue on Webster Street. Right at Ralph Appezzato Mem. Parkway and continue onto Alameda Point (becomes W. Atlantic). Right at Orion. Right at Ave. F/West Tower Avenue (next block after W. Trident--street sign is missing). 101 is about 1/2 block on the left.
Plenty of free parking adjacent to Pilgrim Soul Forge. Free admission.

I hope to see you!
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