Miners Foundry Nevada City Craft FairNevada City Craft Fair returned to the Miners Foundry today.  With over 60 exhibitors from around Northern California, the bi-annual craft fair is a great event to support handmade crafted item ranging from chocolate, jewelry, clothing, stationery, photography and more.  Photos from today’s event include byHexerei, Krista Tranquilla Studio, Siri Hansdotter, Sierra Essentials, Cello Chocolate, Marty May, Full Circle Press, Eye of the avocadoNeva Co Artisan Boutique, Fairy Forest Crafts, Lindsay Ostrom, Violet Folklore, Simon Weller Photography and Femmes de Famille.  If you missed today’s Craft Fair, check out the Nevada City Craft Fair’s Facebook page vendor spotlights to see where you can find many of the items on display today, or to find out more information about the spring event.  Did you do any holiday shopping today, go home with something hand crafted?  And for those of you who haven’t entered the Outside Inn’s Epic Giveaway, there’s still time, click here for details on the giveaway basket worth over $1000!    Nevada City Craft Fair Nevada City Craft Fair Nevada City Craft Fair© 2013 InnSide Nevada City, © Photos by Erin Thiem

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  1. Lindsay Gruver
    Lindsay Gruver says:

    I love The Outside Inn! They do such an incredible job uplifting and promoting other small businesses in our community.

  2. Carolyn Inglis
    Carolyn Inglis says:

    I believe Erin is really an elf on loan from the North Pole. She is jolly and kind and can be seen all over our beautiful town. She brings messages of good cheer and love – love for our little hamlet and the good people who reside, work, and play here. As a bonus, her missives are always accompanied by beautiful images. So if you’re lucky enough to subscribe to the Outside Inn blog, you’re lucky enough. Happy Holidays to all!

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