Glitterati’s spring craft and vendor fair
Not minding the weather, folks turned out for the Glitterati event in support of a good cause.
It is all about connecting shoppers with talented, incredible business people and artists right here in the Duluth area which in turn helps local businesses.
They also took donations in the form of suggested entry fees to support local charities.
Here is what the event organizer Amber Brostrom had to say
“We’re here to raise money for our Ronald McDonald House. It’s a $5 suggested entry donation. And then we have raffles that are donated by the vendors today to be raffled off to help them raise a little more money. You don’t know. You need the Ronald McDonald House until the time has come and you’re there and you need it.”
The last day of the event is Sunday March 12 at the Mailing building in Clyde iron between 9pm to 3pm.