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Northland makers launch new craft show this weekend

Event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth.

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Britt Levander, of Tangled Walnut, talks about the process of creating art from pieces of wood. Levander's works will join other local artisans during The Falling of the Leaves Vendor and Craft Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, at Clyde Iron Works, Duluth. Steve Kuchera / 2019 file / Duluth News Tribune

A new craft show’s on tap this weekend.

Expect more than 45 local vendors, live music and more during The Falling of the Leaves Vendor and Craft Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan St., Duluth.

Among this year’s vendors are The Minnesota Marshmallow, Lake Superior Art Glass and Tangled Walnut offering wood art, goat-milk soap and more. There will be music by Kaleb Montgomery from 1-4 p.m., and kiddos can curl up for story time at 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. There’s a $5 suggested donation benefitting the Ronald McDonald House Northland.

The Falling of the Leaves event came about after the annual Festival of Trees was canceled this year, said Amber Brostrom, who worked with other regional makers on this weekend’s event.

Most vendors are parents who sell their work as a side hustle, she added.

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Brostrom, co-owner of laser-engraving business Etched, will be selling handmade bows Sunday.

If you go

  • What: Falling of the Leaves Vendor and Craft Show

  • When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday

  • Where: Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan St., Duluth

  • Cost: $5 suggested donation benefiting Ronald McDonald House Northland

  • More info: https://bit.ly/3Djzlpk , contact Amber Brostrom at aandmproductions13@gmail.com or 218-491-5312

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Melinda Lavine is an award-winning, multidisciplinary journalist with 16 years professional experience. She joined the Duluth News Tribune in 2014, and today, she writes about the heartbeat of our community: the people.

Melinda grew up in central North Dakota, a first-generation American and the daughter of a military dad.

She earned bachelors degrees in English and Communications from the University of North Dakota in 2006, and started her career at the Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald that summer. She helped launch the Herald's features section, as the editor, before moving north to do the same at the DNT.

Contact her: 218-723-5346, mlavine@duluthnews.com.
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