The 10th annual Indie Craft Parade preview party kicked off the weekend Friday night.
More than 100 artists will bring their work to Greenville for Indie Craft Parade, which also includes local food and a free photo booth.
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This year’s 10th anniversary Indie Craft Parade runs Sept. 13-15.
In recent years, the festival had space inside the Huguenot Loft downtown Greenville for only two food vendors, but now with the new redeveloped building in Taylors at 232 Mill St. designed for their needs, including a full commercial kitchen and expansive outdoor space, they will have eight local vendors offering a variety of options.
Jonathan Russ, now working fewer hours at his day job in order to meet demand for his own confections business, says his goal is to have a brick-and-mortar retail location within the year.
After receiving a record number of applications for the eighth annual festival, the field was juried down to 80 accepted applicants, with 32 of them new to the weekend-long celebration of handmade arts in the South.
The Metropolitan Arts Council on Monday honored several individuals and businesses for their support of the arts.