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RackedWire: Brooklyn Just Can't Get Enough Craft Fairs; Fashion for All Rewards Donations with a Sale

Inside the Bell House, via their <a href="">website</a>
Inside the Bell House, via their website

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GOWANUS—We know Brooklyn is not exactly suffering from a lack of craft fairs, but if you do visit one market of hand-crafted goods this weekend, the Handmade Cavalcade at the Bell House seems to be the one to hit. Running Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm, the fair features over 30 local artists and stuff-makers, from Fubabee stationers to Cakehouse homewares to Beacon Bookmarks, whose motto is "Read books, not blogs" and who is now our mortal enemy. (Seriously, when's the last time a book told you what was happening this weekend? Yeah, that's what we thought.) [Racked Inbox]

MIDTOWN—Tonight from 6pm to 9pm, Fashion for All, a non-profit that holds sales in low-income communities, throws a donation party at 230 W. 39th Street between Seventh and Eighth Aves. How it works: You bring your gently used clothing, which will be sold at a shopping benefit in Fort Greene next week. They give you full access to the current MINT Jodi Arnold collection at wholesale prices. And everybody wins. RSVP by phone to 212-997-2329 ex. 24. [Racked Inbox]