More than 40 artists, artisans, musicians and creative spirits will haunt Central Park on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair, themed “Spooks, Spirits & Students.”
In addition to crafts, music and refreshments, the fair features spooky stories and a table to make Day of the Dead skull pendants, evil eyes or black cats out of polymer clay.
Square Tomatoes welcomes new vendor Tim Carter, a Marin maker of custom wooden bird houses. Ramie Acampora will be selling rope and fabric bowls and quilter Mary Ann Limbos makes quilts and wall hangings in autumnal colors. Gemstone miner and stone crafter Stephen Schuchman will sell a newly created line of set stones.
Kathmandu Kitchen and Angels of Hope will host food booths and Dasha Byers is playing electronic swing music.
The Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair takes place on the first Sunday of each month. For more information, visit SquareTomatoesCrafts.com.