Bonnie Bucqueroux retired from Michigan State University's School of Journalism to experiment with online publications, including Lansing Online News. She is also co-president (with Susan Masten) of Lansing Area NOW.

2 responses to “Holiday gift shows in November feature area artists & crafters”

  1. Bridget Kavanagh-Patrick

    Hey folks – don’t forget to visit the Lansing City Market this holiday season. We not only have fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, milk and cheeses, we have chocolates, popcorn, fresh fish and gifts galore including locally grown yarn and wool products from Mason’s own Happy Goat Lucky Ewe Fiber Farm! http://www.happygoatluckyewe.com

  2. Bonnie Bucqueroux

    Bridget is my neighbor, and I can assure you those goats (and sheep) are happy. And the yarn that comes from them is gorgeous. I also bought some environmentally friendly cleaning supplies at the City Market a few weeks ago that rank among the best I have used. I also like the Jamaican jerk and curry powders – they are listed for use on meat, but they make a great addition to my vegetarian dishes. Buy local.

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