WINONA, Minn. — The Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will host an Artisan Fair on the Plaza on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 1-4 p.m.
Regional artisans, musicians, and nonprofit organizations will fill the plaza on the Winona Campus with the aim of bringing together the local artisan entrepreneurial community.
Approximately 20 artisans will showcase and sell a large variety of their work that ranges from artisanal soaps to jewelry to wood carving.
Local nonprofits Project FINE and Engage Winona will have tables set up, and the Saint Mary’s Catholic Relief Services organization will have fair trade jewelry for sale. Entrepreneurship students will sell refreshments.
Music will run throughout the event with Amanda Grace performing at 1 p.m., Dust Settlers at 2 p.m., and a Saint Mary’s student-led band at 3 p.m.
Questions and requests for more information can be directed to Christine Beech, director of the Kabara Institute, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 507-457-6978. The rain location for the event is the Hall of Fame Room, located in Saint Mary’s Toner Student Center.