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Elburn Chamber Fall Craft Show

2020 Spring Craft Show Moved to Fall

The Elburn Chamber of Commerce has decided to move its spring craft fair to the fall. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but please continue following our page as we will post additional details as they become available.

While our spring event took place on Saturday, we plan to expand to two days by having hours on Sunday as well.

We’re currently evaluating weekends in mid-October so have your wares ready for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas!

We greatly appreciate all of our awesome crafters and will be in touch with applications soon!

Elburn Chamber Spring Craft Show 2019

2019 Spring Craft Show

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Thank you to our event sponsors!

Spring Craft Show 2019

Admission and parking are FREE!

You don’t want to miss this year’s incredible selection of artisan creations from 50+ handcrafters!

Apparel & Accessories, Baby & Kids, Ceramics, Hand-Poured Soy Candles, Home Decor, Jewelry, Leather Goods, Outdoor Decor, Paper Goods, Pet Toys & Treats, Skin Care and so much more!

Event Date: Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Event Location:  Kaneland John Stewart Elementary, Elburn, Il.

New this year!

Bring the kids and visit our make-and-take craft table!

Be sure to visit with caricature artist Kevin Berg and Party Like DaVinci face painting!

Author and inspirational speaker Joan Aubele will be autographing copies of her memoir. Twenty-five years in the making, “The Dance: A Story of Love, Faith, and Survival” shares the challenges, courage and triumph of a young mother of three diagnosed with stage four acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The deluxe second edition includes a message from Joan’s oncologist and preview of her next book “Hearts Ablaze”.

Concessions from favorite local eateries Corner Grind, Kane County Country Market, Ream’s and Paisano’s will be available and your purchase will help support the Aurora Strong Community Fund.

We are proud to announce our partnership with Old Second Bank to make a donation to the Aurora Strong Community Fund, administered by the City of Aurora to assist the families of victims of the February 15 shooting at Henry Pratt Company. The Chamber has committed to donate 50% of net proceeds from concession sales and 100% of net proceeds from raffle ticket sales. Raffle tickets will be sold for $1 each and prizes will include donations from local businesses and participating crafters.

 

Welcome to the Community Baskets

Calling all Chamber Members/Businesses!

The Elburn Chamber is collecting items for the Chamber membership/local businesses for us to distribute “Welcome to the Community” baskets for new residents that move into the area. Please consider donating items like brochures, business cards, pens, clips, flyers, mugs, flossers, key chains, stress balls, koozies, highlighters, coupons (basically anything with your logo/business name on it) for us to distribute when someone contacts the Chamber office. We will be doing a postcard mailing to all new residents to encourage them to check out the Elburn downtown area and stop by the Chamber office to collect their Elburn “goodies”! Please consider donating! It’s a great way to market your business as well at no cost to you except whatever you donate!

Please consider donating about 100-150 items to help kick-off this welcoming adventure that the Chamber is taking on for our community.

Thank you in advance for your help & consideration!

FREE Community Shred Event!

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