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Kol Rinah Presents: Hanukkah Pop-Up Craft Fair

Sunday, November 12, 2023 28 Cheshvan 5784

11:00 AM - 4:00 PMKol Rinah
Please join us for our first Hanukkah Pop-Up Craft Fair, featuring work from more than 20 local artists! A variety of items will be available for purchase at different price points - ceramics, glass, home decor, jewelry, handbags, knitted gifts, woodwork, and more. Gift wrapping will be available.
Looking to send Hanukkah greetings to friends and family? Send them Hanukkah in a Box! Order them here. Orders due by November 3rd. Pick-up at the Fair.
The fair will be open 12pm-4pm, with a special extra hour just for Kol Rinah members at 11am-12pm! 
Kol Rinah is located at 7701 Maryland Ave. in Clayton. Street parking is available.
Proceeds from this event will support our KoREH religious school

Featured Artists and Crafters

Mitter's Mittens

Melinda Mitter Borman uses upcycled sweaters to produce one-of-a-kind fleece lined mittens and hats. 




Duncan Designs

Carla Duncan “paints” with dyed merino wool fibers, and felts it onto silk to create wearable art – Nuno felted scarves and wraps. Besides scarves, Carla will feature felted soap at the sale, each with a built-in “wash cloth” and exfoliator. Carla Duncan is a resident artist at Green Door Art Gallery in Webster Groves, MO. There you will find her painted animal tubes and a sampling of felted or fiber collage art tubes.





Pernod Avenue Marketplace

Dennis & Therese Fenske's woodworking products range from pizza peels to butcher block carving boards and customized charcuterie boards in various shapes and sizes as well as handmade fishing nets and more.

Honey by Pops Bees

Lonnie & Susan Grosman have been a beekeepers for 8 years with apiaries throughout St. Louis County and St. Charles.  They package their honey in flights so our customers can taste the different resources the bees collect in the neighborhood’s that they live.


James Ibur 

James Ibur wears many hats:  artist, teacher, curator, musician, song-writer as well as a Professor of Art at St. Louis Community College-Meramec where he Coordinates the Ceramics Program and is Assistant Chair of the Department of Design, Fine and Performing Arts.

The Three Beagles Glass

Melia and Teresa Long are a mother-daughter duo who hand-make one-of-a-kind glass succulents.





Nina Miller

Nina Schatzkamer Miller makes brightly colored kiln fired glass art. Most of it is functional art such as platters, bowls and plates; some is wearable, such as jewelry and hair accessories; other pieces are purely decorative or whimsical. 


Donna C. Prevedell

Donna Prevedell chooses fabrics for their unique and fun combinations of color and pattern. Each bag is all cloth, light in weight, easy on the shoulder, loaded with handy features and easy to launder.


MOTEK Jewelry

Bar Rodin offers handcrafted jewelry both of her own designs, from Israel, and around the world.


Otter Way

(Mikey) Vin Romano, a Creative Director by day. He loves finding the simplicity, structure, geometry, symmetry and balance in the things he creates.

Cake's Metal Whimsies

Stephanie Lander Rhea and company specialize in custom built, fun, creative, casual metal art work for the home, office, and garden.




Guy Sachs uses form, texture and glazing techniques on his high fire porcelain or stoneware clay to create ceramics representative of his travels to National Parks.





Necklaces for Rett

Sandy Sher makes and markets yarn necklaces with profits going to International Rett Syndrome Foundation IRSF.





Lillian Stephen runs this screen printing and design studio. LCQKS focuses on creating high-quality, durable, hand-made goods with unique pattern designs.





Nanico Jewelry

Ava Stern has been making jewelry for 4-5 years. She specializes in tree of life necklaces in all color combinations.




Trinity Stitches 

Katherine Trinity works only with fine fibers such as merino, cashmere, silk, and yak.





Stephonia Boutique

Stephanie Workman's products are are non-toxic, eco-friendly, with pure and natural ingredients, and organic when possible. 





Sev Wearables x Van Hai

Sarah Velling & Daniel Hudson enjoy fashion as a form of wearable art and expression, seeking to create unique, handmade, and unconventional items of wearable art.


Forai, Inc., is a faith-based, Christian organization partnering with local refugee and immigrant women to enable the realization of economic, educational, and social goals through training and peer support, and by expanding market opportunities for artisans.
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