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It’s Holiday Bazaar time

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By Maryellen Garrison

It is still a few weeks away but the Henry County Homemaker Organization would like to invite you to attend the 19th annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Henry County 4-H/Fairgrounds Building. We will have about 30 booths that will be just chock full of arts, crafts, goodies, and gifts for those holiday shopping lists. The senior citizens from Tri-County Community Action will be serving lunch throughout the day.

There is something for every price range and if you can’t find a gift from this listing of booths it probably doesn’t exist.

Currently those renting booths include:

  • Debbi Hargrove, hand-painted items
  • Christopher Burnette, customized farm toys
  • Charlie Sevier, soy candles, plastic needlepoint
  • Pam Coombs, scarves, hats, capes, purses, blankets, violets
  • Jeanne Simpson, quilt panel vests and jackets
  • Edith Tennill, handmade crafts
  • Marsha Ellis, painted decorative art and sourdough bread
  • Marta Thompson, silver and glass jewelry, seed-bead flowers, Christmas spider ornaments
  • Mary Ann Holmes, wool, mohair, goat milk soaps and lotion, and sheep-related crafts
  • Paula Shields, knitted slippers, scarves, jewelry, dog collars and leashes
  • Neal Morris, wood- and stone-turning, carved bowls and vases
  • Paul Tokosh, jams, fried apple pies, dried apples, fresh apples
  • Jennifer Nolte, hand-painted bowls, salad tongs, book marks, and a gourmet line of barbecue sauces
  • Annette Browning, alpaca yarn, hats, scarves
  • Denise Coonley, alpaca products, knitted items, felted soaps
  • Henry County Art and Craft Guild, art raffle
  • Karen and Bruce Nethery, woodworking, Christmas décor
  • Rodney Beck, professionally matted wildlife and nature photos from Kentucky and beyond
  • Saundra Smith, painted gourds, jewelry, purses and crafts
  • Sharon Silvers, paintings, painted furniture, ornaments
  • Malissa Beatty, paintings, Santa dolls, painted tables and horns
  • Darrell and Pam Moore, stained glass, turned wood, scroll-saw items
  • Annemarie Beach, Lia Sophia jewelry
  • Ann Marie Scott, handmade and Southwest American Indian jewelry
  • Karen Shannon, needle felted pins and ornaments
  • Earl Fortner, leather belts, wallets, purses, knife cases, sheaths, cell-phone cases
  • Betty Coen, pumpkin rolls
  • Linda Noel, painted and knitted items
  • Second Wind Dreams, with some dreams you can grant
  • Town and Country Homemakers, chances on theme baskets for the Teddy Bear Tree

Outside will be Carroll Pyles with his wide variety of pork rinds, along with vendors Dottie Hay and Charles Ward.

So go ahead and mark your calendars now, so you won’t forget to attend.