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Annual Craft Guild Show scheduled for this weekend, Nov. 23-24

Annual Craft Guild Show scheduled for this weekend, Nov. 23-24
November 22
15:11 2019

It’s time for the annual Breckenridge Craft Guild Show. The event, showcasing everything from hand-made quilts to home-canned jellies and from hand-crafted leather items to rustic wood crafts and much more, will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 23 and 24.

Dean and Margaret Ables of Breckenridge, pictured at last year’s craft show, will have a booth with quilted items and leather works at the 2019 Breckenridge Craft Guild Show on Nov. 23 and 24. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

The Craft Guild Show will be at the First United Methodist Church’s Christian Life Center, 419 W. Walker. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. There is a $1 admission charge that will be donated to local charities.

This year’s craft show will include a visit from Santa Claus from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23. Children can come visit with Santa and parents can take their pictures.

This show will feature the arts and crafts of more than 15 vendors, as well as some food cooked by The Kitchen.

The organization donates the proceeds from the craft show admission fee to local charities. In the past, they have donated to Meals on Wheels, for breast cancer awareness and research and organizations providing children’s clothing and shoes.

Additionally, the craft show organizer, Lena Stockton, will donate a portion of her sales to the Texas Elks Camp, which provides special needs children with a summer camp.

A variety of vendors are scheduled for the Craft Show:

Lois Covey of Graham will have a variety of items, including these bath salts, at the craft guild show. (Courtesy Photo)

Margaret and Dean Ables of Breckenridge with hand-quilted items, gun and knife holsters and other leather works;
Dana Boggs of Breckenridge with handmade one-of-a-kind leather purses, billfolds, men’s leather shaving bags, cell phone cases, checkbook holders, as well as wood and glass engraved items;
Miki Bartram of Cisco with potholders, microwave potato bags, fleece dog jackets, vendor aprons and casserole carriers;
Betty Bordelon of Breckenridge with rustic wood craft items and signs;
Karen Chakerian of Breckenridge with jams, jellies, relish, homemade bread, rolls, peanut brittle, English toffee and and candy;
Jennifer Cordy of Cisco with bowl cozies, dog collars, towels, key fobs and wreaths;
Lois Covey of Graham with loaf breads, marshmallow treats and more;
Sandy DuBose of Breckenridge with painted charger plates, cake plates, dessert trays and Christmas ornaments;
Wayne Hurford of Breckenridge with pictures, Christmas items, dolls and furniture;
Donna Mehaffey of Breckenridge with braided rugs;
Lynn Russell with hand-painted Christmas ornaments;
Lena Stockton of Breckenridge with hand-made sewing items, crocheted items, hand towels and potato bakers.
Others with booths will include Julia Reavis of Woodson, Jean Limmer and Sarah Heath, Vikki Cunningham.
Additionally, First United Methodist Church will have its Country Store open with items for sale.

For more information about the Craft Show or the craft guild, call Lena Stockton at 254-559-8448 or 254-246-5280.

Cutline, top photo: Dana Boggs, pictured above at a previous show, will have a booth featuring her hand-crafted leather items at this year’s Breckenridge Craft Guild Show on Nov. 23 and 24. (Courtesy Photo)

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