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Last Updated: 08/01/2013 12:45 pm
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Bracelet by Mira Bowin
  • Bracelet by Mira Bowin

One person's trash is another person's DIY project. On August 10, come support 30 local vendors with their handcrafted work at the third annual fair hosted by Kingston's Cornell Street Studios in collaboration with the Art Riot. Meet the artists who make products out of green and renewable resources, like recycled knit wares, food-themed jewelry made of polymer clay by Mother May I, and yarn and button bracelets by Mira Liane Bowin Arts. Attendees can put their artistic vision to work at a 3D fairy assembling booth, or try constructing a personalized hula hoop out of PVC pipe. Afterward, join a free instructional class on how to hula or one of the five fitness classes available in the dance studio. Mr. O and Kyle McDonough provide music. (845) 331-0191; Cornellstreetstudios.com

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