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Craftershock - Worcester Roller Derby's 3rd annual alternative craft fair!


The Worcester Roller Derby welcomes you to their 3rd annual alternative craft fair! Over 80 local creative artists and crafters will be displaying their original goods, jewelry, fine art, photography, vintage items, home decor, and handbags.  

Saturday, December 7th
11am-5pm
WoRD's Warehouse
34 Suffolk Street
Worcester, MA

If you are in the giving spirit, you can help WoRD in supporting the Worcester County Food Bank! Make sure to bring a non-perishable food item to Craftershock on December 7th, and get entered in a raffle to win your very own WoRD shirt or bout tickets!

Visit http://www.worcesterrollerderby.com/craftershock for an application!

E-mail events@worcesterrollerderby.com with questions or for more info!

This Year's Confirmed Vendors!

Frankenstein Medical School
Jilly Mama's
Gina's Creations
Amy's Attic
Laura Miner Photography
Zombie Romance
Jennifer's Handmade Soap
My Monster Hat
Trees & Hills Comics Group
The Reformed Moth
Poison Apple Arts
M+M Plush
Riff's Crafts
Fistful of Kitsch
Empty and Amazing
Orgonite Jewels
David Custodio
Mode Merr
Toys in the Attic
Zuccini Pancakes Handmade
Bee-Utiful Boutique
Apostrophe Press
Trinidy Designs
Elegantly Eclectic
Jenna Bee Handmade
The Bone Artist
Sidekick Crafts
Whisky Witch
The Craft Jewelry
Clever Container with Joy
Bag Lunch
Black Rose Creations
Bunny and the Badger
Unfortunate Art
Hillary Bried
Library of Lives and Letters
Dustspeck*Creations
Pirate Cycles
I Heart Cakes, Co.
Three Cat Nite
It's Only Chemistry
Luna Pines Press & Craft
Dirty Ass Soaps
Skram Glam
Lulu's Stabby Critters
Dream Free Design
Banana Creations
Lindsey Daniels Design
Dsquared Graphic Design
Abby Weiner
Little Pancakes
Vegan Snacks!
PinUp Desires
Maureen Mullaley
Jenna Alderton


Support your local artists! 

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