Handmade Holidays is back for its 15th year. The downtown Dayton tradition has 26 vendors selling paintings, fiber and fabric arts, pottery and more. Cocktails, food trucks and live music.
Handmade Holiday, now in its 15th year, is back for a two-day show on Dec. 1 and 2. Held at the Yellow Cab Tavern in Dayton, Handmade Holiday is a crafty party to celebrate the area’s best handmade art and artists.
This year, almost 30 local vendors will fill the tavern with handmade jewelry, pottery, fiber arts, paintings, candles, soaps, food and more. Food trucks, cocktails and live music give the event a festive and fun atmosphere. It’s a downtown Dayton tradition that grows more popular every year, and it’s the perfect place to find that special holiday gift you can’t find anywhere else.
Handmade Holiday will be from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Yellow Cab Tavern, 700 E. Fourth St., in downtown Dayton.
Vendors include Barmaid Soap, Berning Sun Candles, I Sew Cute, Finder’s Retro, Nanala Beaded Crafts, Wonderful Sunshine Studio, Handmade by Allison, Lucky Rabbit, Stephanie Shields Fiber, Amy Kollar Anderson, Bo Cottage Studio, Bright Star Fiber Crafts, Weezy’s Garlic Spices, A Pretty Picnic, Sprinkles and Sweets, Autonomous Crafts, Noggle’s Customs, Cherry Fulham Art, Cambium and Hoop, Redolfi’s Fiber Fantasies, Handyjan, Pop Cycle, Cathartic Slant, Tasha’s Common Scents, Rachel Botting and Efflorescentmetals.
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