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What are some craft fairs held in Wisconsin?

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Some craft fairs held in Wisconsin include the Milwaukee Ceramic and Doll Show, AGMF Annual Art in the Park, Green Bay Artstreet and Good Neighbor Festival Art and Craft Show. Wisconsin's largest craft fair is the Holiday Art, Craft & Gift Expo.

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The Milwaukee Ceramic and Doll Show is held in Waukesha, Wisconsin. It is a two-day event hosted at the Waukesha County Expo Center.

The AGMF Annual Art in the Park festival is held in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin at Mill Pond Park along Main Street and Grand Avenue. Attendees have the opportunity to stroll through the park and observe local artists at work. The festival includes an activity tent for children and a silent auction to support an art scholarship fund. The festival is in its ninth year, as of 2015.

The Green Bay Artstreet festival is held in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin and showcases over 200 artists from throughout the United States. Performing arts and edible arts are also featured during this two-day festival, and a children's area hosts a variety of hands-on arts and crafts projects. The festival celebrates its 34th anniversary, as of 2015.

The Good Neighbor Festival Art and Craft Show is held in Middleton, Wisconsin in Fireman's Park. It features over 100 booths from vendors offering handmade wood crafts, stonework, pottery and jewelry.

The Holiday Art, Craft & Gift Expo is held in November at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin, Wisconsin. It is touted as the biggest indoor art, craft and gift fair in the Midwest, featuring vendors offering quilts, jewelry, dolls, woodwork and knitted items for sale. Music, dancing and other forms of entertainment are featured at this craft show, as well as a visit from Santa for the kids.

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