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LOOK: Made In Ohio Craft Show Brings Out The Crafters

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The took place on Sept. 1 at . Hundreds of people flocked to the farm and village to find crafts made by Ohio artisans, and eat food from local establishments.

Patch was there taking photos, and reader shared some fantastic shots from the show.

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Barbara Bloom September 04, 2012 at 01:39 PM
My husband Steve, and I were so pleased to be a part of Made in Ohio. The venue was lovely, the visitors were friendly, and even the weather was bright and sunny. Our business, Images in Bloom, had a wonderful place on the path, enjoying the sunshine and the company of fellow vendors. Renee Flynn organized this brilliantly and is to be commended for her hard work. Thank you Hale Farm for allowing this event to transpire.
Denise Donaldson September 04, 2012 at 02:16 PM
I have to add my thanks to Renee for an outstanding job. The whole concept of a Made in Ohio show is a joy for us artisans and crafters. My husband and design partner Rick and I both love the venue for its historic importance AND for its accommodating crew. We appreciate the level of craftsmanship displayed by the vendors, and just enjoy the show very much overall. - Denise Donaldson, Sticks and Glitter
Beverly Vinch September 04, 2012 at 04:22 PM
What a fabulous place to have an art show! Special thanks to Renee for putting the event together. We met so many nice people, loved our booth space on the path and truly had a great experience at Hale Farm. Thanks again and we hope to participate again next year! - Beverly Vinch, Washed Ashore Jewelry

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