The 12th Annual DIY Street Fair

BTL Staff
By | 2019-09-18T15:20:13-04:00 September 18th, 2019|Ferndale, Neighborhoods|

Coupling Fine art with contemporary, folk and graffiti is a DIY Street Fair staple, but just a part of its many offerings. Returning on Sept. 20 through 22 for its 12th year, attendees can expect to see their share of home goods, ceramics, glass work and much more when they walk through more than 150 vendors from across the state in Ferndale. DIY is more than just an art show, however, it is a fundraising opportunity for local nonprofit organizations like The Ferndale Public Library, Suck It Suicide, Detroit Together Men’s Chorus and more.
“Volunteers have been the backbone of DIY since the very beginning, and we are thrilled to continue the community-driven tradition each year,” event organizers say.
Organizers also remind attendees to tip their bartenders when attending the event.
“All of the pouring locations at the DIY Street Fair are operated by nonprofit volunteers,” the said. “All of your tips go directly to their organization. Help make a difference one beer at a time.”
To find out more about the DIY Street fair visit ferndalediy.com.

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