It's your chance to buy art gifts

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Craft Fair Watch: Today from 4 to 7 p.m., Sebastopol Gallery (150 N. Main St.) hosts a trunk sale featuring paintings from Sandy Eastoak and Paula Matzinger; jewelry from Stacy Low and Joann Lustig; pottery from Chris Boyd and weaving from Abby Bard.

Refreshments will be served throughout the sale.

On Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m., Sebastopol's Gypsy Cafe (162 N. Main St.) hosts a special pop-up sale featuring local artists and artisans. You'll find candles, mugs, wine cask tables, unique bicycles, photography, chalkboards, dustpans made of license plates, benches, hand-sewn pillows and more. If you're looking for unique gifts, you will definitely find them here.

Cookies and punch will be served through the fete.

You also have a chance to to try the just-released "Save the Gravenstein" 100 percent Gravenstein hard cider from Apple Sauced Ciders, co-founded by Jolie Devoto Wade of Sebastopol's Devoto Gardens.

On Saturday, the Kehaulani Hula Studio of Santa Rosa will have a booth at the Redwood Empire Farmers Market, located at the Santa Rosa Veterans Building, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Students of the hula school will be selling their handmade Hawaiian crafts, including Christmas stockings, cookie cutters, shell ornaments and more.

An easy way to shop locally: By popular request, the gift shop at Luther Burbank Home and Gardens is staying open for the holiday season, through Saturday, Dec. 22. Hours are Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The gift shop, located inside the Carriage House Museum, has a unique collection of T-shirts, caps, aprons, tea towels, tote bags, umbrellas, books, beautiful prints, posters, cards and more, including a beautiful Shasta Daisy silver pin.

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