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The 40th Rhododendron Arts & Crafts Fair will be held on May 13th and 14th on Madison Street and the City Civic plaza downtown. Hours of the juried fair are 10am to 5 pm both days. The fair features many artists and crafts people from this area not usually seen at markets and artists from all over Washington and Oregon.
Local artists include Jim Stewart and his Damascus steel knives, painters Victoria Wickell,and Andrea Woods, Jeweler and nuno felter Haden Starbuck, stoneware artist Michel McCarteras well as , weaver Debi Breitbach, Solarwind Studio features gold and silver jewelry with precious stones, Namaste is selling handmade and dyed nuno felted dresses and scarves, Barry Crust and Scott Wampler return with awesome birdhouses, the bag ladies of Sequim return with their colorful felted slippers and purses from blankets and sweaters; Candy and Stephanie from Kingston show their fun stuffed creatures from sweaters.