The Jonesborough Senior Center’s Creative Crafty Seniors will be selling their creations on October 27th from 10 am – 4pm at the Center. The public is invited! This year’s Fall and Holiday Extravaganza will host a variety of vendors who are members of the Jonesborough Senior Center. Beautiful handcrafted items will be available for purchase. For your shopping needs you can choose from the following items: wood-turned items, stained glass, quilted items, greeting cards, jewelry, scarfs, embroidered fabric gift items, fabric purses and tote bags, felted items, home décor, pottery, crocheted and knitted items, quilted purses and table runners, floral arrangements, Swedish weave towels, artwork, recycled bottle lamps , painted rocks, painted signs and sawblades, wreaths, frames, Christmas decorations, tree skirts, stockings, jewelry boxes, quilts, handmade soaps, and salt scrub, rugs, and candles. There will also be two authors, Dean Klein and Shirley Butler, who will be selling and autographing their books.
These artists enjoy their individual crafts and look forward to the opportunity to showcase their work. For example, Becky Chapman uses repurposed crystal/glass to create functional and decorative glass garden flowers. Judy Gouge, Peter Koenig, and Lorena Bennett create beautiful stained-glass items. Textile artists like Valerie Kinsey and her family create functional fabric and quilted items that will make great Christmas gifts. Russ Wagner’s popular Wood-turned Birdhouse Christmas Ornaments are sure to be a big hit. Carolyn Blakenship’s painted bottles, signs and sawblades are very nice decorative pieces that make wonderful gifts. Swedish weave towels by Cindy Lees will be sure to catch your eye!
There are over 30 vendors in this year’s Fall and Holiday Extravaganza. Mark your calendars today. If you are looking for one of a kind, handcrafted items for yourself or for holiday décor and gifts, you don’t want to miss this amazing event! Contact Mary Sanger at the Jonesborough Senior Center for more info: 423-753-4781