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Made in Ohio Festival 2021

A showcase of Ohio crafters held on the Labor Day weekend since 2009

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The Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival is an annual outdoor event that is held on Labor Day weekend at the historic Hale Farm & Village in Bath Township, Summit County, Ohio; about a 30-minute drive from Cleveland. The festival features over 170 ​Ohio artisans, restaurants, food vendors, and wineries. Vendors offer jewelry, art, pottery, carving, glass art, soaps and lotions, quilts, and other hand-made crafts. This one-of-a-kind festival offers quite a variety to choose from and attracts about 14,000 attendees annually.

Beautiful Hale Farm & Village receives exhibitors and vendors from all over the state of Ohio. In addition to shopping, there are workshops on topics like floor cloth painting, silk or paper marbling, wool felting, and much more. The Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival runs on Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. General admission is $7 for adults and $5 for children that include​ one-day access to the art festival and all the grounds, demonstrations and buildings at Hale Farm & Village. Organizers also offer a multi-day pass for $10 per person.

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