THERE is certainly going to be a lot on at the Greytown Museum Arts Fair on Sunday 31 July with something of interest for all. On display and sale a wide range of original and top quality crafts made from traditional materials like beads, leather, wood, fabric and clay while materials such as glass, cement and metal are used to create vibrant, contemporary craft items that reflect the cultural diversity of Umvoti and KZN. Included in the craft line-up will be a master knife-maker from Hilton Knives, Bramwood Desires (hand-crafted wooden products and toys), a concrete pot maker and Zimele Community with their beadwork.Well-known artists exhibiting are Mike Barrow and Kate Elge and Inge M. Jensen while Sue and Andre Strydom of First Light Studio and B Zee the Glass Lady will have ceramics and glass products for sale.Small local businesses will also show what they can achieve with their products, such as Brayleigh Proteas and Just Cheese, OVI Laser Engraving (laser engraver) and Cherry on Top with baked eats.Author, Rodrick M. de-Bathe, will have his latest book for sale and will be reading some of his poems.There really will be something of interest for everyone at the fair as well as a great opportunity for the public to connect with artists, authors, designers and crafters, and of course, there will be plenty to eat and live entertainment - details next week. The fair runs for one day only - Sunday, 31 July from 9am to 2.30pm. Contact Kate on 074 195 8131 or visit https://www.facebook.com/greytown museumartsfair for more information.