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Ferndale craft & vendor fair happening this weekend

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The Spring Fling Craft & Vendor Fair will be held at the Carnation Oxford Building at 1920 Main Street this weekend. Shoppers will be treated to complimentary snacks and drinks to enjoy while shopping the many vendors.

According to organizer Katie Kirscheman, over 50 vendors will be selling jewelry, crafts, health and beauty products, clothing, books, and more. There will also be activities including a coloring station for the kids.

Vendors include:

Tutu2Cute Shop
Origami Owl
Young Living
LulaRoe
LulaRoe Changing Room
Boy Scouts
Elevacity
Candles By Mark
Strange Silver
Nicole Weiss
Fallen Angel Boutique
Quilts By Kelsey
Full Moon Rising Body Care
Tapphire Creations
Raffle Table
Tupperware with Michelle Sheets
Mary Kay with Jennifer Meyers
H2O @ Home
Usborne Books
Rae & Rae Photography
Norwex
Iris Cruz
Captain Chains
Arbonne
SeMe Family Foods
SeneGence
AllisonAmy Jewelry
Scentsy with Audra Tandy
Lose, Learn, & Live
ColorStreet
Morgan Creek Nursery
Ally’s Craft Corner
Jeannie Hall
Tastefully Simple
Real Time Pain Relief
Barn Cat Creations
Lady Merlin’s Treasures
Aurora Mae
Vintage Rustoration
Handcrafted By Corrie
Barker’s Beautiful Bling
Dragonfly Crafts
Healing & Changing Lives
Kathi’s Kreations
Johnson Sisters Twirling Fun
doTERRA
Flow Motion
Juiceplus with Jessica Weatherby
Younique with Heather Burgen
Sugar & Spice mini donuts (outside)
Patriot Cotton Candy and Concessions (outside)

The vendor fair will be open from 10am to 6pm today and tomorrow.

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