Queer Magic Makers: Fifth Annual Healing and Craft Fair

It's time again to come together in support of queer creativity, liberation, and healing! Queer Magic Makers is back for its FIFTH ANNIVERSARY, with two full days of Queer Magic. Each day will have an entirely different set of vendors, healers and food!

Check out a wide range of unique goods and services made by our talented community! Magic Makers will feature over 50 artists, healers, and treat makers, and as always, we're centering the work of QTPOC:

▸▹ ARTISTS & CRAFTERS: artwork, accessories, clothing, homegoods, pottery, zines, books, + more
▸▹ HEALTH/BEAUTY: tinctures, salves, elixirs, bath & beauty, + more
▸▹ HEALING SERVICES: acupuncture, tarot, massage, + more
▸▹ HANDCRAFTED FOOD & DRINKS: food, ice cream, + more
▸▹ OUTDOOR: cozy bonfire, hot cider, and more

SAT DEC 9 and SUN DEC 10
Door is by donation, NOTAFLOF (no one turned away from lack of funds).
♥ Proceeds benefit Peacock Rebellion and Sogorea Te Land Trust

12pm* - 6pm each day
Come through on both days to get all of your holiday gifts, get healed by some magical community practitioners, or just see all of your exes, Tinder, Gindr, Her and OKCupid matches!

- For the first hour of each day (12-1pm), we're prioritizing access and comfort for anyone who needs or prefers to avoid crowds (due to mobility, anxiety, scents, etc). Please help us create a space for folks who need this space and do not come until 1pm if you don't need to be there for these reasons. Thank you!

- Magic Makers is a FRAGRANCE-FREE event. Please come scent-free to help make this space accessible to everyone: do not wear any scents - including essential oils - on your body or clothing! Thanks for supporting our beloved community - learn more at www.eastbaymeditation.org/accessibility/fragrancefree.html

- The Humanist Hall is wheelchair accessible.

- We will be limiting the number of people in the building at once to keep the space less crowded and more comfortable for everyone!

-For wheelchair ramp, use the back gate entrance through the backyard and to the left of the building on 28th St (behind the building. Front door is on 27th but only has stair access). Please do not block the gate/park in front of it in order to allow curb side drop-off.

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