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Annual Holiday Fair Opens Saturday

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  Original Published: 11/20/2013It's time again for a holiday tradition at the Mansfield Art Center. The 44th annual Holiday Fair opens this Saturday. The fair will run concurrently with Nathan Sawaya's "The Art of the Brick" show. The Holiday Fair will occupy the entire first floor of the art center, including the first floor gallery, gallery shop and classroom space. It's a great place to find hand-made gifts from local artisans, including paintings, drawings, photographs, ceramics, art glass, prints, fiber wearables, and great gifts for children. More than 100 artists are participating in the event. Art Center hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m to 5 p.m. There is an admission charge for "The Art of the Brick," but, as always, the Holiday Fair is free. Both events run through December 29th. The art center is closed November 28, December 24 and December 25.
   
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