Twenty vendors are set to take part Friday and Saturday in a Christmas Bazaar to be held at the Mathews Historical Museum, located at 198/200 Main Street.
Hours are 9-4:30 p.m. each day.
Vendors scheduled to appear include Angela Frangapang, antique jewelry; Avis Webster, shell art; Brenda Bridges, wreaths; Clay by the Bay, pottery; Dale Dailey, children’s dresses; Emmanuel United Methodist Church, Rada knives; Fannie Ware, cookbook; Gazette-Journal, placemats and books; Jimmy Atkinson, woodworks; Judy’s Trunk, embroidery; Kathy Kanady, handwork; Kathy’s Clam Chowder; Mairi Furniss, Scottish foods; Mathews Woman’s Club, baked goods; Mermaids Crossing, Christmas décor and more; Patricia and Katy, home décor; Ron Litwinski, cutting boards; The Poddery, pottery; Roberta Shifflett, pillows and jewelry, and Sherry Inabinet, quilted items.
Children’s Christmas artworks will be on display. Mrs. Claus is due to be on hand Saturday afternoon to ann...
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