we' love to hear from you...whether
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Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair
PO Box 754
Crystal Lake, IL 60039-0754
Phone hours: M-F 10am-4pm
We have a small staff and busy schedule, so the best way to reach
us is via e-mail:
For general inquiries, please contact Carol.
Exhibitors, teachers and all other issues, please
contact Carol, unless you have been contacted by staff.
Carol Cassidy-Fayer: Carol@FiberAndFolk.com
Keith Johnson (Music): OffSquare@Gmail.com
John Heng (Scholarship): John@naac4art.org
Barb Parsons (Animals): email@example.com
Debbie Daigle (Volunteers): firstname.lastname@example.org
the best way to stay informed about
the Fair and our "Do It In Public" meet ups is to sign
up for our e-mail list. Our
e-mail list is open to all: Fair enthusiasts, vendors, teachers,
etc. We do not send all e-mails to all lists. We PROMISE that
your information will be kept private. Click
Please see our Vend and Teach pages
if you wish to sign up for those lists, and our Volunteer page
to be a part of our Fair Team! See the Vintage Handbag, Fine
Art Exhibit, and Scholarship pages
to sign up or enter. See our Workshops page for a list of workshops
and to register.
We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting it. If
you choose to e-mail us, we will maintain your e-mail address in
our records only as long as necessary to complete our communication
or to transact business. If you sign up for our mail lists, we
collect data and store it in a secure and protected environment.
We do not share or sell our lists and we never will. They are maintained
and accessed only by Fair Staff.
Workshop students are added to our general e-mail list when they
enroll for a workshop.
If you should wish to be removed from any list, please e-mail Carol@FiberAndFolk.com with
the subject "unsubscribe" and
tell us what list(s) you have signed up for. Or, click "unsubscribe"
on one of our e-mails.
What did you like best about the Fair?
The friendliness of the event staff"..."Nice & helpful
"atmosphere was up beat- lots of people that had on t-shirts letting me know
I could ask for assistance"
comments from survey