No Coast Craft-o-Rama
What is the No Coast Craft-o-Rama?
The No Coast Craft-o-rama (NCCOR) is a craft event that began in December 2005 as a way to feature a variety of designers, artists, crafters and other talented creators of unique handmade goods.
Where and when is the 2014 event?
The 2014 No Coast Craft-o-Rama Field Trip will take place Saturday, September 20, from 11 AM to 5PM at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, MN. Please visit the Silverwood Park website for more information about the park’s location.
The 2014 Holiday No Coast Craft-o-Rama will take place Friday, December 5, from 3 PM to 8PM and Saturday, December 6 from 9 AM to 5 PM at the Midtown Global Market on Lake Street in Minneapolis. Please visit the Midtown Global Market website for information on parking, directions and bus service.
How do I get involved?
There are lots of ways to get involved! Click on Information for Vendors to the right, if that’s what you’re after. We also need lots of volunteers! To volunteer, or to become a business or community sponsor, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
And of course we always need SHOPPERS! Stop by anytime during the sale to get those special one-of-a-kind goods & gifts you can only get at No Coast Craft-o-rama!
Is it free to get in?
The event is open to the public free of charge for shopping. Learn more about vendor fees in the following pages.
I’m coming from out of town; where should I stay?
For the Field Trip (Summer) show –
There are several hotels in Roseville, just off of 35W and the Cleveland/County Road C exit. These are probably the best bet.
For eats, it’s mostly chains in nearby St. Anthony Village and not-too-far-off Columbia Heights on Central Ave. Head a little further south on Central in NE Minneapolis for tons of independent and ethnic dining options.
For the Holiday show –
The Sheraton Midtown Minneapolis is located right next door to the Midtown Global Market! Check out their web site:
For eats, there are tons of great places to eat at the Midtown Global Market, or along Lake Street in either direction.