The Penobscot County Conservation Association (PCCA) will be hosting its 2nd Annual Spring Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday, April 29th, and is scheduled to take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fair will be held at the PCCA Clubhouse, located at 570 N Main St, Brewer, ME, United States.

This PCCA spring craft fair is loaded with an impressive lineup of over 25 vendors, and I'm confident that there will be an abundance of unique and interesting products being showcased. In addition to browsing through a wide variety of crafts and goods, folks who are visiting the craft fair will also have the opportunity to satisfy their hunger with a lunch being offered by the PCCA kitchen.

The fair will not only feature crafts and food but will also have door prizes and raffles. Plenty of parking will be available, and the location is easily accessible, making it a perfect event for the whole family.

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The Penobscot County Conservation Association is a volunteer organization that has been promoting and preserving Maine's sporting heritage and wildlife since 1928. The PCCA works to conserve and enhance Maine's natural resources, including wildlife habitat and fisheries.

As the season of renewal and growth, Spring brings about an abundance of activities to enjoy. It's hard not to feel a sense of excitement and anticipation when attending one of these events, surrounded by a diverse array of handmade goods and the creativity of local artisans. Whether you're searching for unique gifts, looking to support small businesses, or simply hoping to soak up the festive atmosphere, a good craft fair is a wonderful place to be.

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to support local businesses and enjoy a fun-filled day at the 2nd Annual Spring Craft and Vendor Fair. For more information about the event, you can visit the PCCA website or contact the association directly.

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