Artisan fair set for end of month

The culture ministry said that 100 artisans will present their wares at a three-day event that begins July 31 in the Antigua Aduana.

The products range from leather to wood, glass, metals and recovered materials, said the  Ministerio de Cultura y Juventud. The event is being called the Feria Hecho Aqui:  Artesanía Costarricense, meaning that the goods were made here.

The goal is to sell products, but the ministry said that there also would be space for discussions and explanations.

Admission will be free, said the ministry,and here also will be dancing, music, theater, story telling and puppets. The Antigua Aduana is on Calle 23 in east San José.

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