Coalton Elementary School and the town of Coalton will host the 10th annual Christmas Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the school.
There will be drawings for door prizes including handmade Christmas crafts, food and baked goods, a 31 tote, and a Scentsy tart warmer.
Vendors include John and Sue Pennington with hand-carved picture frames, and wooden kitchen utensils; Sierra Garza with baby apparel, hand-knitted hats, booties, headbands and blankets; Anita Talbott with Tastefully Sinful Food; Melissa Daetwyler, with candles; Jessica Kelly, with pottery; Sandra Mick, with Miche purses; Danielle Mick, with Scentsy; Paula Mitchell with handcrafted jewelry, and wood-burned items; Robert Grandusky with handmade baskets, bracelets, and Mountaineer lamps; Melissa Spencer with crocheted spency scarves, headbands, jewelry, woodwork and tutus; Marjorie Kiley with Cookie Lee Jewelry; Connie Pratt with butterflies and flowers; Annmarie Raschella and Judy Ritchie with small ornaments, crafts, and jewelry; Jennifer Thompson with jewelry and survival bands; Cheryl Gottschall with jams, jellies, baked goods, and antiques; Samantha Robinson with handmade shamballa bracelets; Rich Reed with cutting boards, rolling pins, and trivets; Sheila Shaffer with Tupperware cash and carry; and Frances and Mike Wilson, who will serve chili, Italian wedding soup, hot dogs, nachos, drinks and desserts.
Pictured are Robert Grandusky with Bob’s Baskets, Bracelets and Mountaineer Geer, Melissa Spencer with A Touch of Heart crocheted scarves, headbands, jewelry, woodwork and tutus, Coalton Elementary School Principal, Amy Rowan Smith, and Cheryl Gottschall with jams, jellies, baked goods, and antiques.
The Coalton Elementary School PTA will be sponsoring a Ladies Baking Basket to be raffled off at the end of the craft show. The basket is filled with items donated by various area businesses, as well as PTA members. The tickets will be available for purchase at the Craft Show, or you may contact the school to obtain them at 304-636-9164.
Principal Amy Rowan Smith, along with the Coalton Elementary School PTA and the town of Coalton, have made this year's craft show possible.
The school is located off Exit 151 of Corridor H, and there will be signs for the show.