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American Craft Council Show expected to draw 20,000
Calling all weavers, potters and basket makers — the American Craft Council Show is back in town.
More than 650 contemporary artists will present their hand-crafted jewelry, clothes and decor at the 37th annual craft showcase.
The show is expected to attract 20,000 people from Feb. 22-24, account for 2,500 hotel room nights and generate a $17 million impact, according to Visit Baltimore.
Although the show has been running nearly four decades, there is still something new to see. This year’s…
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