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40th Annual Garfield Park Arts and Craft Fair - Saturday September 7

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Garfield Park Arts and Craft Fair

On Saturday, September 7th, the Garfield Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA), will celebrate our 40th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair.  On this day, citywide participants and Garfield Park residents will enjoy shopping, food vendors, family fun and a variety of other activities at our 40th Annual GPNA Arts & Craft Fair. With over 100 vendors our Arts & Craft Fair is one of the largest in West Michigan.


There are still spaces available for exhibitors to join our Arts & Craft Fair.


Kids who want to join and sell your handcrafted items may purchase a spot for only $3.00.


The Arts & Craft Fair is GPNA’s major fund raising event that supports our neighborhood improvement initiatives.  As we are in great need of funding, we ask that you please help support GPNA by promoting this event! Some of our initiatives include crime prevention and education, helping seniors when needed, housing code compliance, neighborhood clean-up, graffiti removal, many neighborhood events such as the Annual Easter Egg Hunt and National Night Out.  Overall, this event brings the community together.

What:           Arts and Craft Fair

When:          Saturday, Sept 7, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   

Who:            The entire community is invited to this great day of shopping and fun.


Where:      Garfield Park, 334 Burton SE

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