Handmade Neighborhood set for November 17


Vendor apps close at the end of August!

Handmade Neighborhood was established in 2009 by a group of Winona-area artists and artisans. Their mission is to support local artists and artisans, and to provide the community with an opportunity to purchase quality, original, locally-produced, handmade goods at reasonable prices.

​Vendors are selected through an online application process that ends this month, so log on to the Handmade Neighborhood website to apply before the end of August! Entries are juried by a list of criteria based on the group’s mission. A wide variety is offered to shoppers ranging from artisan soaps, unique jewelry, fun gifts for children, glassworks, pottery, knits, photography, and much more!

At the extremely popular annual sale, always the Saturday before Thanksgiving — this year on November 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. — shoppers explore 25 vendors on two levels of the beautiful Laird Norton Addition of the Winona County Historical Society’s History Center in downtown Winona. Please note that this sale is not a Winona County Historical Society event. Please visit www.handmadeneighborhood.com to learn more and apply to be a part of this fun sale.


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