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Around Town: 3 weekend picks

fair tradeFor the weekend of December 4---------- 1) 13th Annual Fair Trade Holiday Festival, Saturday from 9 to 5 at Monona Terrace. Clothing, home decor, pottery, weaving, food gifts and more from Latin America, Africa, around the world and around Wisconsin. Just down the hall from the indoor Dane County Farmers Market! 2) Her Majesty's Winter Renaissance Festival, Saturday and Sunday at the old Marshall's Store on Whitney Way (near Guitar Center). There will be music, dancing, swordsmen, pirates..and even catapults at this event that takes us back a few centuries. Admission is $7 per day. Save $1.50 if you come in period costume. 3)Mark Harrod CD release party, Sunday at 4pm at High Noon Saloon.  Also playing: Whitney Mann and Nick Matthews .  All 3 were contestants in Triple M's reality show earlier this year! Freaky Band Name of the Week: Meeting of Important People, Saturday night at the Frequency. With El tin fun and Noise Floor. They're an indie rock/pop band from Pittsburgh.

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