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Sweets Galore at the Crafeteria

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Local purveyors of all things adorable are huddling together Friday for the 3rd Annual Indie Crafeteria. The event touts 30 local artists and live music, but here at Chow Bella we can't keep our eyes off Smeeks' Sweets Alley.

The "alley" will feature tasty cakes and such from Sweet Pea Bakery, Silk Shortbread, and ib2 Chocolates. We can't wait to get our hands on Urban Cookies' ollie cakes because we are still suckers for cake in a cup.

You can get your sweet fix Friday from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. outside of Frances Vintage on the corner of Camelback Road and Central Avenue.

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