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spam4einstein


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Posted - 05/28/2008 :  6:25:39 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This Saturday!


The Downtown Blairsville Spring Arts and Crafts Fesitval is scheduled for May 31 and June 1, 2008. This event features over 35 artists, entertainment, great food, and family fun!


Entertainment Schedule

Saturday May 31

10 to 6
Chip and Tish Arnold Old Time Music (throughout the day)

10 to 6
Flautist Angela Harkins & Friends Musical solos, duos, and trios (throughout the day)

11:00 a.m.
Blairsville School of Dance

12:00 noon
UCHS Chorus

1:00 p.m.
Blairsville School of Dance

1:45 p.m.
Sam Ensley Music Man

3:00 p.m.
UCHS Chorus

Sunday June 1

12 to 5
Flautist Angela Harkins & Friends Musical solos, duos, and trios (throughout the day)

12 to 5
Chip and Tish Arnold Old Time Music (throughout the day)

1:00 p.m.
Foothills Connection Barbershop Quartet

2:00 p.m.
Timeless Ladies Barbershop Quartet Members, Sweet Adelines International

Booth #
Name
Art Form

A-1
Caroline Glenn/Norma Auman
Handmade jewelry

A-10
Joellen Fisher
Candles

A-11
Michael Good - Good's Craft Creations
Scroll-saw clocks & toys

A-12
Joan Roach
Handpainted glass, wood & clothing

A-13
Deborah Larsen
Photography

A-14
Suzanne Hall/Barbara Bussolari Works With Paper Studio
Batik paintings Handwoven sculptural dolls

A-15
Ellen Gerber
Scrimshaw drawings & paintings

A-2
Caroline Glenn/Barb Rizzitello
Handmade dips,rubs.& mixes Handpainted bowls, cups and plates

A-3
Royce Cleveland
Woodcraft

A-4
Jacqueline DeBell - Botto Girl Designs
Fused glass, lampwork, semi-precious jewelry

A-5
William & Joyce Reynolds Double Eagle Enterprises
Self published books, short stories & videos

A-6
Linda Dennison
Acrylic & mixed media paintings & mosaics

A-7
Bob Place
Wire wrap & general lapidary

A-8
Mark Wingertsahn Mornings' Work Pottery Co.
Birdhouses & Pottery

A-9
Barbara Cone
Acrylic painting

B-1
Brenda Esposito
Oil paintings, Christmas stockings & Santas

B-2
Jim & Sybil Eubanks Birdman Enterprises
Birdhouses, fountains, wood puzzles

B-3
Lynda & Al Niemczyk Booger Hollow Originals
Handwoven baskets, primitive wood furniture

B-4
Ted Cooper
Nature photographs

B-5
Beads & Weaves
Basket weaving & jewelry making

C-1
Joy Nywening & Jim Guess Boondocks
Gourd birdhouses, baskets, bowls & hand carved wood bowls

C-2
Rini DeFalco - Rini Design
Handmade jewelry

C-3
Sleepy Hollow Enterprises
Fairy & garden houses

C-6
Skip Staab - Skip's Rustic Furniture & Pottery
Rustic furniture & handmade pottery

C-6
Skip Staab - Skip's Rustic Furniture & Pottery
Rustic furniture & handmade pottery

C-8
William J Hoyt - Willians Whimsies
Photography

C-9
Adam & Carrie Nicholson Appalachian Creations
Rustic birdhouses, bird feeders & planters

D-1
Sally Spring-Gilliard
Pine needle baskets & beaded jewelry

D-2
Chicken Pit Farms Michael Adams & Dorothy Brinton
Gourds, okra, woodcrafts & bottles

D-3
Robert & Evelyn Brendle Barefoot Creek Farm
Oak barn-wood furniture

D-4
Mal McEwen - Malworks
Chainsaw Art

D-5
Shirley Wood
Soap maker

D-6
Cecilia Carstens Fine Peruvian Jewelry
Handmade peruvian jewelry

E-1
Bonnie & Jerry Wilson - Just For Kids
Children's furniture

E-1
Bonnie & Jerry Wilson - Just For Kids
Children's furniture

E-1
Bonnie & Jerry Wilson - Just For Kids
Children's furniture

E-4
Mary Lucy Adams (AKA Toby) Unique Impressions
Painted Christmas balls, focal beads & flower arrangements

E-5
Mary Lee Harrison - Hordes Of Gourdes
Hand carved & painted gourds

E-6
The Dales Woodturning Lee & Carol Dale
Woodturning


http://www.downtownblairsville.com/springArts.html

HoneyBee

USA
4364 Posts

Posted - 05/30/2008 :  09:33:17 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Guess ya'll know where I will be tomorrow. :)

Heading out to see what wonderful crafters we have in our area and to visit with them. It's a shame that that is the only time I get to see fellow crafters is at shows.

I love Sleepy Hollow stuff, it is too cool. I want me a treehouse from their place. When I drive by that place their stuff looks surreal.

Everyone needs to go and take a look. It's free and the handwork that goes into each craft is amazing and you can see the talent's that each crafter has been blessed with.

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margparg

USA
1635 Posts

Posted - 05/31/2008 :  07:59:25 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This should be lots of fun!  DBA is really doing a great job.

1/20/09 (amen, sista!)
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cabincritter

USA
385 Posts

Posted - 05/31/2008 :  3:11:58 PM  Show Profile  Visit cabincritter's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Just got back, am very impressed with how it was run for the first year. Ran into quite a few people I knew. I'll be in it next year fer-shure.

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margparg

USA
1635 Posts

Posted - 06/03/2008 :  1:13:02 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We went on Sat & had a blast! The BSOD was great! Angela has done a wonderful job with her school & the growth of it!


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