Craft Gifts

Crafters, Artists, and Coming Holiday Fair!!

Saturday was the Crafter’s Fair at the Seiad Valley Fire Hall. It was a great time, lots of good food, baked goods and candies for sale as well as Afghans, soaps, jewelry, picture frames, and sewing projects from tea towels to Christmas crafts.

Tim Pinkos’ beautiful art on leather was there. Eighth graders were selling See’s candies. Annie Buma had beautiful handmade picture frames. Leona McLaughlin had beautiful jewelry as did some other jewelry tables.

Kathy Bishop had yummy pumpkin pie at the Seiad Valley Fire Hall Crafters Event with granddaughters.  Hannah had carmels made from their very own dairy cows milk. Mercy had yummy candies too!!

Kathy Bishop had yummy pumpkin pie at the Seiad Valley Fire Hall Crafters Fair with granddaughters. Hannah had caramels made from their very own dairy cows milk. Mercy had yummy candies too!!

When the artists and craftspeople as well as the customers of course, got hungry, there were four kinds of homemade soup with rolls and drinks and desserts as well. Best part was the opportunity to visit with all the shoppers!

If you missed out on the Crafter’s Fair, you’ll want to be sure to go to Nena’s Studio Sale in Somes Bar next Saturday. November 15th from 10 to 5. this will be taking place at Nena’s Studio on Ti Bar Road 2.3 mile marker, watch for the metal dog!

December 6th will also be the Holiday Fair at the Happy Camp Grange and you’ll want to arrange for a table from Ruth Bain for that. It will be from 11 to four o’clock the first Saturday in December and Santa will be there to greet the little ones and tell him their wishes from one to two.

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