Smart bets: Salvage Station Arts Festival

Salvage Station will kick off its 2017 event season with the inaugural Salvage Station Arts Festival, featuring a variety of local artists, crafters and others. The sprawling bar and restaurant along the French Broad River offers a large venue for vendors to sell their wares. “I’m excited to be a part of this event because I love the space. It’s perfect for hosting so many types of people and bringing folks together for the common goal of sharing their passions,” says Kristen Oxtoby of Hauntingly Familiar Vintage, one of the sellers. The festival takes place Saturday, April 15, from 1-5 p.m. Free. Image courtesy of Salvage Station

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