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While you’re checking out all the crafts at the second-annual Crocker Park Art Fair this weekend, keep in mind that what you’re seeing isn’t necessarily the piece the artist set out to make. “I was creating a landscape, and I turned the vessel over,” recalls glassblower David Kolasky. “Voila! A night-light! Accidents can create inspiring moments.” More than 125 artists from across the nation unveil work at the fest. Expect to see plenty of handmade jewelry, ceramics, and paintings -- all one of a kind. “If you want symmetry, go to Kmart,” says Kolasky. “These artists create a lovely sense of versatility and sophistication.” The
Sat., June 9, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., June 10, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

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