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Mimi Royer, of Frankfort, browses recycled art pieces created by artist Erin Brie on Saturday, Feb. 8, during the Winter Art Market held at the Frankfort Public Library District. Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Cindy Brei (right), of Chicago Heights, puts a knit hat on Frankfort resident Kayla during the Winter Art Market held Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Frankfort Public Library District.
Twins Lily (left) and Claire Burdick, of Frankfort, model some of Claire’s handmade items.
Kim Bennett (left), of Frankfort, watches as Michelle McCauley browses some of her jewelry wire pieces during the Winter Art Market.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
2:23 am CST February 11, 2020

Nearly 30 artists showcased unique items they had made during the Winter Art Market held Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Frankfort Public Library District.

Frankfort resident Vicki Truesdale, president of the Friends of the Frankfort Public Library District, said the event helps raise funds for activities such as the summer reading program, as well as purchasing items not covered by the library’s budget. The organization hosts the market twice a year in November and February.