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HE MICHIGAN 0/AILY

Vvednesday, July 20; 1977

Po9e Eiqht It-W MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 20, 1977
I U

Shop the Sales
DURING
asARGAIIN DAYS

How often do you find retail merchants and artists and craftspeople who sell
only original work collaborating to bring you exceptional offerings and values
for almost anything you'd like to buy? All of this is happening on Main St.,
Ann Arbor's original shopping district, with the simultaneous occurance of
Main St. Bargain Days and the University of Michigan Artists and Craftsmen
tGuild-sponsored Summer Arts Festival.
The assoia ion between these two groups began 4 years ago in response to
both of their needs. The Downtown Business District Association wanted to
emphasize their Bargain Days with the color and activity of an art fair such
as the U-M Artist and Craftsmen Guild's Free Arts Festival on East Uni-
versity. The Guild, being inundated with requests for booth spaces, was eager
to find more places for its artists and craftspeople to exhibit. And so, July,

1973 marked the opening of what is now the Summer Arts Festival atA Main
St. Area Bargain Days.
Come and see for yourself the immense variety in the Main St. area. The
Main St. area merchants are offering you their best sales of the year. The
U-M Artists and Craftsmen Guild's Summer Arts Festival will be presenting
over 200 artists showing, demonstrating and selling their original, hand-
crafted work. You'll see pottery, weaving, jewelry, painting, leaded glass,
sculpture, batik, woodwork, macrame, leather, handmade musical instru-
ments, apple sculpture, puppets, needlepoint and even more.: Festival hours
are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Make Main St. your first stop July 20-23.

STEIN and GO ETZ
- FRED lSTE4N - - --- WARD GOETYZ
Sporting Goods'
................................................. r...
SPECIALIZING IN TEAM EQUIPMENT
YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER
315 SOUTH MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48108
Oyster Bar and
The Spaghetti Machine
Corner of First and Huron
WASHTENAW MILK
AND ICE CREAM
602 S. ASHLEY, ANN ARBOR
Milk-ice Cream-Beer
DRY ICE & WET ICE
"your headquarters for
Daily lottery tickets"

STORE-WIDE BARGAINS
ON THE SIDEWALK
!/ PRICE
O~qqf ann arbor
38S. Main St.
All Pictures
and
Wall Graphics
Reduced 25%
DURING BARGAIN DAYS
MARSH'S INC.
331 S. Main St., Ann Arbor'
The Best Buys
Dontown on Sale
SHOES
are at!
DIETZEL'S
SHOE STORE
309 S. Main, Ann Arbor

BARGAIN DAYS SPECIAL
ARTCARVED WEDDING
BANDS
15% Off /-
REGULAR
PRICESI s
4 DAYS ONLY Main at Washnton
L -
SCH LEN KER
HARDWARE
BLACK & DECKER
1/4" and 3/8" DRILLS
REDUCED 20%
DURING BARGAIN DAYS
213 W. LIBERTY
IF IT'S A LA-Z-BOY
WE'VE GOT IT
LARGEST SELECTION OF LA-Z-BOY
CHAIRS IN WASHTENAW COUNTY
218 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Phone: (313) 668-6858

. pN HIGHp
p3 HGHMidwest,'s Largest Se/ecton o
lo-dGenERsPANCHARTERS
FROZE NYOGURT 1
Conadion and US
Buy 1 regular serving
get 1 FREE (with this ad)** 9-,
117 W. WASHINGTON
Co n e es July 31 1977216 S. 4th Aye Ann Arbor

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