The Lab’s annual holiday craft fair, on hiatus since 2019, is back this year. For those who have never experienced the craft fair, it is an opportunity for Lab employees, spouses, and retirees to show their craftier side. Vendors can also sell goods if an employee sponsors them.
“If it is handmade, come sell it at the craft fair,” said Robin Mitchell, organizer of this year’s craft fair. “In the past, we’ve had honey, jams and jellies, and bagged baked goods. In addition, people sell wood, metal, and fabric crafts, including jewelry.”
About two dozen vendors will be on the third floor of Building 91 on Tuesday, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“There’s lots of talent at the Lab. It is amazing to see the space transform into a festive place because of all these talented people and the things they have made,” said Robin. “There is an amazing group of volunteers who are putting this together, and we are looking for additional vendors to join the fair. If you want to sell, fill out the form and tell us about your product. It’s a wonderful opportunity to say hi to others and come together once again.”