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Festival organizers get crafty with art marketplace | MukFest


September 6, 2017

Liz Myers, the Lighthouse Festival’s art booth chair, paints lighthouses Monday, Sept. 4, that will mark entryways to this year’s Mukilteo Marketplace. Various styles of lighthouses were built by Executive Director Marilyn Langdon’s son Kyle Langdon, a professional theatre set designer.

The Mukilteo Marketplace at the 52nd Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival is Mukilteo’s take on Seattle’s Pike Place Market.

This year’s market – with a “Light Up the Sound” theme – features 54 artists and artisans selling a variety of handmade arts, crafts, snacks and goodies. About half of the artists and artisans are new this year, art booth chair Liz Myers said.

“We like to have artists come back, but we also like fitting in some new ones,” Myers said, citing AWE Botanical Parfum, Julia’s Good Medicine and Candy Monster Books as new to the market this year.

“We have also...

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