“The Show of the Season” is one stop you will want to make for holiday shopping as the 25th-annual event will be held this Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Fayette County Fairgrounds in Washington C.H.
The show has generated thousands of dollars for the students of the Miami Trace Local School District. While becoming a huge success for the schools, it has also become the largest gathering of crafters in the southwest Ohio area.
For the past several years, “The Show of the Season” has been juried, therefore the quality is excellent and the selection is quite varied.
According to show organizers, the show began in one building and has grown to now include three large buildings. The indoor areas allow room for 75 exhibitors, as well as area to enjoy a delicious bowl of homemade chicken and noodles, a hot sandwich or a slice of pie.
Parents, teachers and grandparents will also be serving baked goods, pies, cakes and rolls, as well as breads and candies.
A few of the many goods available will be Primitive decor, lotions, children’s items, baskets, and candles, as well as clothing, tin and pottery. There will be be many wooden items such as furniture, shelves and toys in a variety of finishes. Also featured will be jewelry, doll clothes, along with forged iron, stained glass and several types of patriotic and collector items such as snowmen and Santas.
The fairgrounds are conveniently located only 10 minutes from the Tanger Outlet Mall. The price of admission is $1.
For more information, contact Heather Deskins at 740-572-0668 or email@example.com