that 100 vendors took part. The amount of cars in the parking lot amazed me. Then the popcorn stand outside took my eye. Beside it I noticed hand-knitted scarves and free-standing banners.
|Darryl and Lindsay Myers |
Fallen Timber Woodworking
Another stand that interested me, set up by Christine Miller from Carlisle, uses antique-type items that she remakes into decorative pieces for the home.
By talking to one of the organizers, I found out that this event benefits the town itself. Volunteers who call themselves Millerstown Community Success, Inc. ( MCSI) hold this craft show and another in March to raise money to beautify and improve the town in various ways. Among their many projects, they encourage local people who fix up their private residences by presenting them with Beautification and Improvement Certificates.
|Christine Miller's Stand|
|Sandy's Baby Stuff|