26th Annual Harvest Holiday Craft and Quilt Show.
The show this past Friday and Saturday was very well run. I have been doing shows for about 6 yrs. and this is one of my favorites. This show was especially well organized. The men and women of the Senior Center went out of their way to answer our questions. Everyone was very friendly and provided any support needed. Our booths coordinated well with the quilt show being held simultaneously.
It is strange that I enjoy this show so much as it isn’t anything like others I do. There is a mix of booths. There are definitely some that would be considered crafty. But there were some art booths mixed in, including a lovely man from Chine who does the most amazing paintings. I bought one this year to go with the one I bought 3 yr. ago.
I am also slightly prejudiced toward Rocky River, as we lived here for close to 15 yrs. Our girls went from pre-school through high school in the RR school system. It was an incredible school system, a blue school most of the years the girls were there. They got an outstanding education.
And spending time at the lake? Wonderful.
Mark your calendars.
For those folks on the east side, as well as those eager to drive to the east side for a high end holiday show, leave some time on December 6-7 for the Laurel School Artisan Bazaar. The address is One Lyman Circle, Shaker Heights. Times are 10:00-5:00, 11:00-4:00.
Hope to see you there. Mention this blog for 20% off.