While the main gathering spot for Heritage Day is St. Mark’s field, every year there are at least a few satellite events. This year, the Community House is hosting one indoors – a special Arts & Crafts Sale.
The venue will house local vendors selling their crafted “Beautiful Jewelry, Paintings, Knit Goods, Note Cards and more”.
So, who are those artists and what are they selling? I checked in with SCAC for the list:
- Pebble Art by Malini Mohankumar
- Pottery by Judy Badavas
- Knitting and Notecards by Tina Dobberpuhl
- Painting by Katie Dobberpuhl
- Jewelry by Snezana – Zana Knezevic (Silverzest)
- Jewelry by Christina Lamb (Strung)
- Upcycled Furniture by Rebecca Spezzano
- Family Photo Sessions by Chelsea Bradway
- Painting by Patrick Steele
- Signs by Kristen Schartner
- Crochet Pumpkins by Tim
- Music Lessons by Morgan Scott
The event will run from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm on Monday, October 14th at 28 Main Street – across the street from the main field. Admission is free.
To draw over more attendees, live music will be played on the Community House porch from noon to 2:00 pm. The popular duo “A Good Time” performs a “blend of acoustic pop rock with country and hip hop influences.” (You can sample their music on their YouTube channel.)
Updated (10/11/19 4:35 pm): I accidentally listed the address as 25 Main Street (which is the Library). The Community House is kitty corner from the Library at 28 Main St.