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Living Superior Fair showcases local talent and businesses

The first annual Living Superior Fair is set to take place on Saturday, Apr. 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rozsa Center Lobby. This event offers a space to meet and support local authors, artists, makers and small businesses in the Keweenaw Peninsula. The Living Superior Fair is sponsored by SunMoon Arts, the parent organization of author Kat de Falla and composer Lee de Falla. 

Attendees can anticipate a wide variety of attractions, including live instrumental music, concessions, and prizes, all provided free of charge to the public. Local composer Lee de Falla will be providing the live instrumental music with original guitar pieces. With a wide range of vendors confirmed to participate, there will be something for everyone at this community event. 

Among the featured vendors are several accomplished authors, including Deborah K. Frontiera, Terri Martin, Mikel B. Classen, Anne Miller and Nancy Besonen. Authors will showcase their works and engage with readers throughout the event. 

Art enthusiasts will find much to admire, with artists and makers such as Christine Brown showcasing intricate scroll saw art, Silverthumb Jewelry offering unique handcrafted pieces, and DG Laser Art presenting their laser engraved creations. Sandy VanPatten will be on hand with her signature brooms, balms and bubbles, while A Novel Idea will showcase innovative sculpture work. Additionally, SHEI WoodWorks LLC, Lake Superior Pebble Art, Creative Dual and Ilea Fuller Fiber Artist will be displaying their craftsmanship. 

The fair will also feature a variety of local businesses, including Crystal Haven Body, Mind and Spirit, Kat’s Eye Photography and Jackie Nees providing tarot and numerology readings. Soulfull Integration LLC, Daylily, Stacey Sews and Rustic906Co will also be showcasing their products and services. 

With a diverse lineup of vendors and activities, the Living Superior Fair provides an opportunity for all to engage with the talent and creativity flourishing in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Don’t miss out on this inaugural event celebrating all that makes the region truly superior. For more information about the Living Superior Fair, including a full list of vendors, visit their official website at

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