Visit Crag on Saturday 11/23 for a Holiday Bazaar featuring local artists and Crag volunteers! Support the artists that support Crag and stock up on unique gifts for your loved ones. Complimentary snacks and beverages will be provided!
WHEN: 2pm – 6pm Saturday, November 23rd
WHERE: Crag Law Center, 3141 E. Burnside St., Portland, OR
A variety of artists will be set up all throughout Crag’s building, selling unique and locally made treasures. Find that perfect gift! You’ll get to choose from a selection of antique decoy ducks and nature printed card sets. There will be original paintings, wildlife photogrphy and ceramic arts, as well as knotted wool rugs and locally made organic underwear by Thunderpants!
We’ll have a great selection of items from artists and volunteers who support Crag. Come by and see us!
Some of the participating artists:
Carl Annala – Paintings
Caitilin Pope Daum – Printed greeting card sets
Jean Henderson – Ceramic Arts
Suzanne Moulton – Whimsical fox paintings, ceramic owl totems, animal and monster hot water bottle cozies and more!
Calla Wanser – Knotted Wool Rugs
Thunderpants USA – Organic Underwear made in Portland!
A selection of antique, hand-carved decoy ducks from the collection of Henry “Milt” Reeves
Hand Printed greeting cards from legendary Mt. Hood conservationist Kate McCarthy
Sign up for upcoming workshops or shop for a unique antique gift in Crag’s Decoy Duck auction!
Decoy Duck Auction
Antique Decoy Ducks from the Collection of Milt Reeves
Decoy ducks from the collection of Milt Reeves will be available for online bidding as well as purchase or pick-up at Crag's Holiday Bazaar 2pm - 6pm Saturday, November 23. Place a bid online by 5:30pm on Wed 11/22. Following the bazaar, all unsold ducks will be offered via online auction, with bids closing at midnight on December 15. Online auction winners may pick up their decoy duck at Crag Law Center during regular business hours or arrange to have the item shipped (purchaser to cover shipping costs).
Milt Reeves is the late husband of Crag supporter Merilyn Reeves. He worked for U.S. Fish & Wildlife for over 30 years. In his retirement, he took up carving a variety of birds and also was a keen collector of antique decoys. You can find Milt's collection of hand-carved ducks and shore birds on permanent display at Quinney Natural Resources Research Library at Utah State University.