Built in Baltimore at Shine Collective Friday, June 5

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Rufustival 2009 at Metro Gallery June 6

Built in Baltimore is back… bird

Friday, June 5 6-10pm
Local designers with all new stuff! Charm City Surf Co. tees by John Marsh, Polycraftic Jewelry by Christy Zuccarini, KalaiKai jewelry by Karen Garalde, Veri Hedi Jewelry by Hadieh Shafie, Vintage by Alana Madill, Umlaut Bags by Michelle Li . Valentina Black jewelry. Vintage inspired jewelry by Leslie Kamali. All new Shine tees & more!

Samples from locally made Michele’s Granola and Brewer’s Art beer on hand…

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