Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Harvest Festival Sept 4


The Annual WLCC Harvest Festival is on Saturday, Sept. 4 - 10 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. We want to see y'all there! What a great way to entertain your Labor Day weekend guests! The HF is open to all, so spread the word around the mountain and encourage everyone to come!

Ray's Weather promised a "Fall Like" Saturday - Few clouds; Pleasantly cooler; & High in the upper 60s!

Lunch is 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Hamburgers, fixings, salads, chips, drink and dessert $8.00 (tax & gratuity included); kids 10 and under $4.00. You can charge lunch to your club account.

Entertainment by our own Fred Buck will be enjoyed by all during lunch!

Get your Christmas shopping list together and take a look at what our 2010 exhibitors will be displaying for your shopping pleasure:

Alpacas (yes, the baby alpacas are back this year!) - Yarn - Scarfs - Hats
Bags - gourd art handbags
Cookbooks
Dolls, Pendants, Wristlets, Vintage Quilt Items
Embroidered Linens
Handbags
Handmade glass beads & Jewelry
Handmade Leather Journals
Handwoven Shawls & Scarfs
Historical Society - Dr. George Stuart - Retired Senior Archaeologist for National Geographic - leading authority on Maya Civilization!
Jellies, Jams, Pickles, Honey, Baked Items
Jewelry - fresh water pearl & Natural Stone, sterling silver and more!1
Macrame Bottomed Furniture/stools
Native American & Antler Decor
NC Wildflower/Barns Note cards - Photography
Oil Painting
Olive Oil, Olive Oil Soap, Hand painted Greeting Cards
Paintings & Photography
Pottery
Primitives - stitchery + dolls + signs
Quilts
Recycled Art - painted old windows, wind chimes, garden art
Watercolors
Wood - benches, beds, tables, lamps, bowls, cutting boards

See you Saturday!

Harvest Festival Committee -
Barby McQueen, Linda Linkenauger, & Suzy Orebaugh

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1 comment:

BubbleGumPrimitives said...

I'll be there selling my handmade primitive dolls and stitcheries! This is one of my all time favorite shows to do.

Doreen
www.PriviesAndPrims.etsy.com