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League of Maine Craft Show in November

EVENT NAME:  League of Maine Craft Show

EVENT YEAR:  35th Annual

DATE: November 3 & 4, 2018 - Rain or Shine

TIME: 10 am to 4 pm each day

LOCATION:  Wells Junior High School, 1470 Post Road (US Route 1), Wells, Maine


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League of Maine Craft Show November 3 & 4, 2018 in Wells Features Many Local and New England Artisans

Ready for some holiday shopping? You’ll find unique handmade gifts at the 35th Annual League of Maine Craft Show in Wells, November 4 & 5.  The juried show, held at the Wells Jr. High School on Rte. 1 (1470 Post Road), features Maine and New England artists and craftsmen.

The fair is a tradition for visitors and locals alike. The aisles are filled with creativity: Jewelry, pottery, photography, soaps, clothing and accessories, candles, wood crafts, fiber arts, handcrafted specialty foods and much more.

Here’s just a sampling of the variety you’ll find.

Letters through the lens by Kim Dobbs of Plaistow, New Hampshire are amazing photos that will have you putting on your thinking cap.  Words of love, hope and more.
Jams, jellies & pickles by Krista Gagne of Arundel, Maine are a sure to please hostess and teacher gift.  Be sure to keep some for yourself!  They are truly yummy!
Roxanne O’Neil from Hillsborough, New Hampshire features unusual handcrafted jewelry and artwork quilling.  Necklace and earring are made from unique paper over a recycled cereal box.  Truly a conversation piece!
Annette LaGace of Litchfield, Maine makes colorful mosaics that evoke the Maine coast.
Pauline Gould from Rochester, New Hampshire is a fiber artist.  Her hats, purses, gloves and felted pins all celebrate a vintage touch.
Judith Hodges of South Portland, Maine celebrates the sea coast of Maine with her watercolors.
Rita Poli, from Cape Porpoise, Maine hand carves birdhouses in the images of dogs & kitties.  She also offers amazing pet ornaments.

The craft show also includes live music provided by folk musician Carolyn Currie of Cumberland. Her CDs will be available at the show. Carolyn has a strong following and has received many accolades as a performer.

Beach Dawgs Cafe will be providing a hearty and hot menu, which will be available throughout the day in the lobby of the Jr. High.  

The show is 10 am to 4 pm both days.  Admission and Parking are FREE.

The craft show is held rain or shine. Admission and parking are FREE.

For more information contact show director Darr Littlefield at

207-646-5172, or

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