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Guild Fine Craft Show in Scarborough Sept. 18-19

From Maine Crafts

SCARBOROUGH – the Guild Fine Craft Show in Scarborough returns for its eleventh season with a fully outdoor show on the expansive grounds of Ketcha Outdoors at 336 Black Point Road in Scarborough.

The show will take place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18-19.

The show was founded and produced by the Maine Crafts Guild for the past decade. In 2020, the Guild became part of the Maine Crafts Association, continuing the programs, events and initiatives previously offered by the separate organizations.

The intent of the shows, as it was under Maine Crafts Guild management, is to present a professional craft show where the public is invited to engage with exhibitors to collect and learn about the highest quality crafts made by Maine’s dedicated, talented and experienced artists, each who have creatine beautiful objects for everyday use and special occasions.

Ketcha Outdoors offers 107 acres of beautiful fields and forest that features an extensive collection of trails that are open to the public and eventually connect to the abutting 90 acre Scarborough Land Trust Libby Farm trail. 

Show Director Lizz Berry of the Maine Crafts Association said, “This outdoor show at Ketcha Outdoors is special in that one can make a whole day of exploring nature and shopping for fine craft handmade in Maine; with many designs inspired by its natural beauty.”

Attendees will collect, learn and gather with fellow craft collectors, supporters and artists. The show features 25 fine craft artists exhibiting handmade jewelry, ceramics, glass, fiber, paper, stone and more. 

Admission is $5 and those under 18 may attend free of charge.

The show is open Saturday, Sept. 18n from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday. Sept. 19, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

More information about Maine Crafts Association can be found at mainecrafts.org.

The Maine Crafts Association is a non-profit with a mission to support craft artists by providing educational, marketing and retail opportunities and a vision to strengthen individual craft artists, Maine communities, local economies, and the visitor experience by making Maine a national crafts destination.

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