Visitors to the Sioux Falls Made Market of handmade items May 1 can make a creation of their own at a make-and-take area organized by the Washington Pavilion of Art and Science.
An example of the newspaper crafts visitors can make at Sioux Falls Made. (Photo: Submitted photo)
In keeping with the "repurposing" element of the event – which temporarily converts a garage at Argus Leader Media into the market – the Pavilion will help visitors craft flowers out of newspaper.
The Pavilion area was a popular place at the December 2014 Sioux Falls Made Market, where the craft of the day was newspaper ornaments.
The spring event May 1 runs from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Visitors can enter through the alley between the Argus Leader at 10th Street and Minnesota Avenue and the YMCA.
It's First Friday for Downtown Sioux Falls Inc., which means Pavilion admission is free to from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. The Pavilion also is holding a Science Fair Showcase that day featuring 57 student projects from 21 schools.
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An example of newspaper crafting available at Sioux Falls Made.(Photo: Submitted photo)
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“Unlike some people, our plan is to have all the Christmas shopping done before the turkey comes out of the oven for Thanksgiving dinner.”
A certain Argus-Courier staff-writer’s father used to make that exact statement, loudly and proudly, every single year, beginning roughly a day or two after Halloween. Even his family is entirely sure what he had against Christmas shopping, but he definitely enjoyed the idea of not having to do any of it between Thanksgiving and, you know, Christmas.
He’s clearly not alone.
And yes, yes, of course, we know it’s too early to start talking about Christmas. We realize it’s not even Thanksgiving yet (another phrase certain differently-inclined people love to say this time of year, whenever they see some mention of Christmas: “It’s not even Thanksgiving yet!).
The truth of the matter, though, is that many local nonprofits and other organizations work hard to launch their annual holiday crafts fairs and similar events early enough so enterprising people can get some (if not all) of their Christmas shopping done before their own turkey comes out of their own oven.
So, with apologies to those who’d rather not think about “the holidays” until long after the tryptophan has worn off, or their favorite college football team has won or lost, or the jingle of Santa’s sleigh at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has faded into silence, here is a short roundup of upcoming holiday themed craft fairs, art shows and other related fundraising events, which you might want to put on your calendar – sooner or later.
17th ANNUAL HARVEST CRAFT FAIR (Saturday, Nov. 9, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) - The “crafty seniors” of Petaluma’s Springfield Place Retirement Center look forward to meeting you as you peruse the many hand-made jewelry, clothing, and craft items they’ve been making for months. There will be food and other goodies, too. 101 S. Ely Blvd.
HOLIDAY ART FEST (Saturday, Nov. 9, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) – Best described as a vintage market and Christmas art show, this annual juried showcase of exceptional folk artists and holiday craftspersons from around the country takes place once again at Hermann Sons Hall, 860 Western Ave. You may find the right gift for that eccentric relative or the perfect whimsical decoration for your home. Or you might just find the inspiration to go home and create something special of your own. $5 at the door, kids under 10 free. HolidayArtFest.com.
TOMALES CRAFTY CRITTERS BOUTIQUE (Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9 and 10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) – At this annual holiday event, you will not only enjoy a vast display of unique handcrafts and ornaments, floral arrangements and wreaths, wood crafts and jewelry, and all manner of other gift, decoration or basic holiday delight. You’ll get to enjoy the beautiful drive out to Tomales, seven miles west of the Coast Guard Station. 500 Cerrini Rd., Tomales.
HOLIDAY PIE TASTING (Saturday, Nov. 9, noon-3 p.m.) – Downtown’s Petaluma Pie Company (125 Petaluma N. Blvd.) invites you to tastes some of their scrumptious holiday pie creations, to help you finalize your dessert-serving or pie-bringing plans. New pies this year will reportedly include something they’re calling “a classy take on a classic Thanksgiving casserole,” Petaluma Pie Co.’s brand new Sweet Potato Meringue Pie.
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The Guyra Hospital Auxiliary is on a high, following this month’s busy meeting which included greeting the new Health Service Manager of the MPS Leanne Fitzgerald, who made us very welcome. Excited planning and discussion of the Christmas Craft Fair followed, with lots of beautiful work in progress for sale at the fair which happens at the hospital on November 6 until November 8. Our huge gorgeous quilt raffle will be drawn there too! The ongoing work of the Auxiliary is really paying off; lots of needed items are being provided for the staff and patients, everything from medical equipment and window blinds to furniture, even a hose and birdseed for the gardens! Special thanks went to the members and friends who regularly make the preserves, cakes and cookies, and handmade craft items for our monthly street stall. Our Christmas Carols by Candlelight is coming up too, the date to be confirmed very soon. Bev Perks Publicity Officer
The Guyra Hospital Auxiliary is on a high, following this month’s busy meeting which included greeting the new Health Service Manager of the MPS Leanne Fitzgerald, who made us very welcome.
A breath of fresh air on Friday for Hospital Auxiliary workers who were left without shelter when council workers removed the street stall shelter
Excited planning and discussion of the Christmas Craft Fair followed, with lots of beautiful work in progress for sale at the fair which happens at the hospital on November 6 until November 8. Our huge gorgeous quilt raffle will be drawn there too!
The ongoing work of the Auxiliary is really paying off; lots of needed items are being provided for the staff and patients, everything from medical equipment and window blinds to furniture, even a hose and birdseed for the gardens!
Special thanks went to the members and friends who regularly make the preserves, cakes and cookies, and handmade craft items for our monthly street stall.
Our Christmas Carols by Candlelight is coming up too, the date to be confirmed very soon.
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Ny'alotha Raid Testing - Mythic, Normal Mode Available on the WeekendBy Starym
We have some more raid testing this weekend, with Thursday and Friday hosting some Heroic and Mythic bosses, and Normal modes remaining open throughout the weekend!
Raid Testing (source)
On Thursday, November 7th, and Friday, November 8th, we will be continuing our raid tests in Ny’alotha, the Waking City. Following the scheduled testing on Friday, Ny’alotha, the Waking City will be available on Normal difficulty over the weekend.
Thursday, November 7th
Dest’agath - Heroic Ny’alotha, the Waking City
13:00 PST (16:00 EST, 22:00 CET)
Carapace of N’Zoth - Heroic Ny’alotha, the Waking City
14:00 PST (17:00 EST, 23:00 CET)
Friday, November 8th
Il’gynoth, Corruption Reborn - Mythic Ny’alotha, the Waking City
13:00 PST (16:00 EST, 22:00 CET)
Shad’har the Insatiable - Mythic Ny’alotha, the Waking City
14:00 PST (17:00 EST, 23:00 CET)
Normal Ny’alotha, the Waking City
15:00 PST (18:00 EST, 00:00 CET)
All bosses will be available on Normal mode with the exception of the Carapace of N’Zoth and N’Zoth the Corruptor.
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