Handmade jewelry, furniture, woodcrafts, pottery and more will be on display at the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival. More than 250 artists, including seven from Montgomery County, will have handcrafted works on sale from Friday, Oct. 12, through Sunday, Oct. 14.
The festival will have live music, demonstrations, gourmet food and performances at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fairgrounds in Gaithersburg.
Jamie Wagner, a spokeswoman for the festival, said visitors often discover favorite artists every year.
“The artists are constantly evolving,” she said.
The festival will return to the fairgrounds in November with 400 artisans and a focus on holiday crafts and gifts.