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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 21, 1976

while you are in Ann Arbor for the Art Fair
Shop the Sales
VWNTOIN
DURING
SARGAIN HAYS

Iow often do yon 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
Mait St. Bargain Days and the University of Michigan Artists and Craftsmen
Guild-sponsored Srmmer Arts Festival.
The association hetween these two groups began 3 years ago in response to
both of their needs. The Downtown Business District Associationrwanted to
emphsasize their Bargain Days wtth the color and activity of an art fair such
as the M-U 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 and
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 Craftsmens 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 21-24t

London Flowers
109 E. Liberty St.-665-44
Roses & Carnation
$3.50 per dozen
CASH & CARRY
20% off all plants

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Special buys an baskets, stands
& plant care items.
-corner of 5th & Liberty-4
225 E. LIBERTY 663-4261

PARTHENON GYROS
Fine Greek Food
Phon: (313) 994-1012
226 S. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. 40108

WE CAN'T SELL FINE JEWELRY STORE-WIDE BARGAINS
SDepartmentON THE SIDEWALK. .. ON THE SIDEWALK
V Store cond ioned store o gour peasant, air- PRICE
w15% offange
306-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET
FASHION BRANDED LINES on Diamonds ..,, o, annFrbor
and wedding bands sincof an1arbo
Look for tremendous Bargain Days savings 4 DAYS ONLY Main at Washinoton 318 S. Main St.
-WEDNESDAY ONLY- Huraches (Mexican Sandals) $17 pr.
ST 2 1 N A N D G 0 2 TZ All regular price luggage, briefcases Suede Leather Jackets 50% off
FRED STEIN WARD GOETZ reduced 20% AMERICAN INDIAN SILVER,
TURQUOISE & CORAL JEWELRY.
Sportins, Goods * 100% COTTON SHIRTS
SPECIALIZING IN TEAM EQUIPMENT . L U GGA C EJI7. sertn,
YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER IMPORTS & CRAFTS FROM THE AMERICAS
315 S. MAIN STREET . ANNI ARBOR, MICHIGAN 4e108 MAIN ST. ON THE PROMENADE
. Art Fair Hours: W, Th, F. 9 to 9; Sat. 9 to 5 30 309 E. LIBERTY 995-4222
Quality Bakery Hand Made Clothing
(including leather)
347 3S iiainS,. Tailored to your measure all year 'round. RESTAURANT
"Where good things come from" 205 E. LIBERTY 307 S. MAIN
CAKES, PARTY TREATS Special Lunches Every Day
& DANISH FANCY BREAD 663-7449 open Sunday

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