The event will highlight artisans, authors, illustrators, musical performers, storytelling and puppetry. It is an experience for all ages to be captivated by many unique areas of creativity meant to inspire and encourage. Atisan booths will offer unique ink stamps for attendees to collect in their "passports" as they wind their way through the indoor Goblin Market, where travelers can meet guest artists Charles Mason and Tayliss Forge from the show, "Steampunk'd." They can also meet Eugene interactive steampunk artist Joe Mross, who will be displaying some of his unique creations.
At 7:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, the Nathaniel Johnstone Band will take the main stage, along with the opening act: magician Matt Van Zee.
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