Elk Valley Crafters will host its 18th Annual Christmas Show on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10-11, at the Lincoln County High School.
On Saturday the show will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Admission to the show is free, as is parking. The Civitan Club, along with other food and drink vendors, will also be at the school.
There will be a variety of crafts, something for everyone, say organizers. Exhibitors not only come from Lincoln County but from surrounding counties and out of state. Crafts will include painted glassware, wreaths, pottery, jewelry, and knitted and crocheted items, just to name a few. Right now there is a waiting list for a booth space.
EVCA is a non-profit organization with proceeds after operating expenses, helping local agencies in Lincoln County. The association is open to new members. Any individual who makes quality crafts is invited to join the group. They meet each third Monday at the Chamber of Commerce building at 208 South Elk Avenue.
For more information, call (931) 438-4911 or (931) 625-2741.