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Folk And Tribal Arts Marketplace Returns To Santa Barbara

The annual Folk and Tribal Arts Marketplace, the largest folk art show in Southern California, returns to Santa Barbara Friday through Sunday.

The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History will host more than 30 vendors representing nearly 50 countries, including Chile, Honduras, Indonesia, Pakistan, Spain and others.

Specialty items for sale include baskets, decor, ethnographic art, furniture, jewelry, pottery and more.

The museum receives 25 percent of all sales, making it one of the biggest fundraisers of the year. Revenue raised supports the museum’s science and education programs and funds exhibits.

Guests can also enjoy unique cuisine at the Tribal Arts Cafe with a variety of food options available, including breakfast pastries, lunch items and desserts.

The museum’s annual library book sale will also take place this weekend featuring gently used books about natural history for sale.

All proceeds from the book sale benefit the Museum Library’s Acquisition Fund.

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