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Craft Market Comes To MSU

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BOZEMAN - On Friday, the first annual craft and farmer's market at Montana State University took place.

Over 40 vendors selling paintings, jewelry, crafts and clothing came out to MSU to show off their home-made items. The goal of the event was to bring the community together. Organizer Elizabeth Greenfield said she hopes to have many more markets.

"We definitely hope it will grow and expand, but it's just somewhere we hope that primarily for our tenants and family members in the graduate housing have something to do for today," said Greenfield.    

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