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Thinking about making your passion for crafting into a part- or full-time career? Need answers to questions like: Which of your good business ideas will be the great one? When should you jump into the market? When and what should you pay yourself?

Get tips from four experts who have successfully shaped careers as artisans. The panelists, all of whom have used their ingenuity to create part- or full-time careers in crafting, will offer practical advice and answer your questions about promoting your passion and converting your crafts into a livelihood. Speakers include Morna McEver Golletz, CEO and founder of the International Association of Creative Arts Professionals, quilter Lauren Kingsland, potter Pamela Reid of Blue Thistle Pottery, and photographer Kathy Lynn.

Salon luncheons are held the first Wednesday of every month at noon. Bring a brown bag lunch and enjoy free coffee and tea.

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