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PHOENIXVILLE - Nearly 50 artists and craftsmen will line up and down Bridge Street on Saturday June 5, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as part of the Food, Art, Music and Entertainment (F.A.M.E.) Festival.

"Everything is handmade and hand-crafted" by vendors who are "a wonderful assortment of people," said organizer Rose Brein Finkel, who runs the Gallery at Cedar Hollow on Yellow Springs Road, off Route 29.

"A good mix of original work by artists and craftsmen from throughout the tri-state area and beyond, including artisans from Rhode Island, Michigan and Massachussetts, will visit," said Finkel. "All the artists seem to be looking forward to this event."

Many artists and craftsmen will be there to sell and tell about their original work.

There will be numerous unique jewelers who work in several different styles, materials and types of jewelry.

Fiber artists will display their original rugs, embroidery, soft sculpture, weavings, wearables and more.

Wonderful clay and other pottery, along with home furnishings, cards, toiletries, face paintings, glass and other arts will all be publicly shown.

Great wood working and carving with toys, intarisia, furniture and accessories will be available.

Fine art, including photography, work in acrylics, folk art, oil paintings, pen and ink plus printmaking and more will all be for sale and ready to hang.

Make a day of it. Fun abounds. Lots of food, entertainment, a children's area and music plus the Kiwanis Duck Race are scheduled for Saturday with a rain date on Sunday.

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