Girls at Work to celebrate work of women at artisan fair

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Oct. 12—Girls at Work will host its first ever women's artisan fair on Friday and Saturday. The event will host 13 female artisans from across New Hampshire in the nonprofit's newly renovated space in the Manchester Millyard.

"Girls at Work is an organization that helps young girls use their voice and shows them how they can create amazing objects with power tools," Girls at Work founder Elaine Hamel said in a statement. "Through this artisan fair, we're highlighting some of the incredible artists in our community who create beautiful works and stand alongside the Girls at Work mission."

Artisans include: The Maragravex, Crafting Omma, Green Bees, Amethyst Angels, Suzadorables, Suzanne Connor Quilting, La Mia Mano Jewelry, Mugxury Candles, Trussedfun'd Jewelry, Mimi Raes Bakery, artist Rosemary Conroy, Jill Schiffman Jewelry and The Terracotta Room. Food will be provided by the New Hampshire Donut Company and the New Hampshire Food Bank.

The fair is 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Girls at Work, 200 Bedford St., Manchester. A $10 donation is suggested for entry, and masks are required indoors.

For more information, visit girlswork.org or call 603-345-0392.

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