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Dining Services Celebrates Autumn at Artisanal Marketplace

Woodcarver Liam M. McCay, an applied technology studies major from Bloomsburg, offers a live demo of his time-honored craft.
Woodcarver Liam M. McCay, an applied technology studies major from Bloomsburg, offers a live demo of his time-honored craft.
Movie posters are artfully repurposed as notebook covers.
Movie posters are artfully repurposed as notebook covers.
Also sharing hands-on expertise is alumna Alyssa L. Fink, an assistant baker in Dining Services.
Also sharing hands-on expertise is alumna Alyssa L. Fink, an assistant baker in Dining Services.
Terraria on display
Terraria on display

Dining Services’ Fall Artisan Market, a showcase of items from “funky scarves” and stoneware pottery to tote bags and handmade jewelry, brought a touch of the bazaar to the Bush Campus Center on Wednesday evening. The next market, featuring holiday items, is set for 5-8 p.m. Nov. 1.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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