By Kathy Chouteau
The Craneway Craft Fair—a.k.a the 50th Annual KPFA Holiday Benefit—is returning to Richmond Nov. 27 & 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and organizers are on the lookout for exhibitors.
Richmond artists, craftspeople, nonprofits, makers and fair traders are encouraged to apply for the Craft Fair according to the City Manager’s Office, Economic Development, Environmental and Health Initiatives Division.
The annual event features “high quality, handmade goods from your favorite California artists and craftspeople at the beautiful Craneway Pavilion on Richmond’s historic waterfront,” per KPFA organizers. It includes 200 juried exhibitors, including both master artisans and emerging newcomers.
For those interested in attending the Craft Fair, admission is $12 for ages 18-64, $10 for seniors and people with disabilities and free for youth. The Craneway Pavilion is located at 1414 Harbour Way S. in Richmond. According to KPFA, the event helps support its listener-funded radio programming.