A barberque meal will be served for all those stopping by during their lunch time for a $5 donation on Friday and Saturday, a meal of homemade stew will be served.
The craft show promises a multitude of crafters' work this year from crochet items, homemade pies, cakes, fried pies, jellies, jams, pickles, jewelry, tile art, coasters, aprons, Christmas yard art and other decorations, oil paintings, birdhouses and other wood work, wreaths, homemade soaps, baby items, scarves, T-shirts, and much more.
Concerned Citizens Executive Director Russonna Jones-Briscoe said guests will be greeted at the door and offered free shopping bags, door prize tickets and a free latte provided by Horizon Bay. Vendors will be welcomed with a breakfast provided by Faith Community Hospital and snacks throughout the day courtesy of IntegraCare.
Jones-Briscoe said the craft show offers ideal gifts for all!
“Plan on getting an early start on your Christmas shopping list,” she said.