Plenty can change in 18 years. Spring Grove Village was Winton Place, and the Studio Collection sale was held in the Westwood studio of papermaker Margaret Rhein. But the show became so popular it had to move to Spring Grove’s Harmony Lodge. Still, some things stay the same. The sale, this year featuring 12 women, remains a party, with free admission, music, door prizes and a home-cooked buffet
. And there’s the quality of the artists and artisans, including ceramicist Terri Kern, who recently was named one of the first Cincinnati Arts Ambassadors. Others taking part: Lisa Kolber Inglert (glass bead jewelry), Pat Statzer (bold quilts and sassy dolls), Sara Pearce (cards and collages out of vintage paper), Judy Dominic (hand-dyed clothing) and Jennifer Gleason (soaps, jams and mustards). 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. Harmony Lodge, 646 E. Epworth Ave., Spring Grove Village. 513-662-9382. Full list of names at harmonylodge.com/studiocollection.