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Pile of Craft Saturday, June 20

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Saturday, June 20th from 11-5pm
St. John’s Church (2640 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21218)
FREE and open to the public

Shop handmade and have fun at this year’s Pile of Craft, a DIY art and craft show. There will be over 50 amazing, local, crafty vendors showing off their astounding apparel, jewelry, accessories, ceramics, paper goods, fine art and so much more!

Drinks and snacks will be available from Red Emma’s Coffee Shop.
Visit the Pile Of Craft page HERE for more info and to check out the vendor list!

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