The Unitarian Universalist Church of Roanoke announces its
Second Annual Fall Festival with Juried Arts & Crafts Fair. The three-day event is open to the public, with free admission, on Friday, November 5 from 5-8pm; Saturday, November 6, from 9am-4pm; and Sunday November 7, from 12:30-2:30 pm.
The church is located at 2015 Grandin Road (corner of Brandon and Grandin).
The Fair features Top Artists and Artisans from Roanoke and surrounding areas showing their quality work and offering it for sale. Our last years event was very successful with lots of sellers and purchasers and great participation from the Greater Raleigh Court neighborhood.
Featured artists include Sue Egbert-painting; Meridith Entingh-weaving & earrings; Dan Entingh-woodturning & scroll sawed ornaments; Jane Haddad-painting; Maya Bohler-pottery; Beth Hally-photography; Sue Furrow-painting; Michael Denton-wood carving; Mary Anne Meador-painting; Bonnie Burt-pottery & painting; Deborah Goglia-photography; Hillary Hardison-note cards; Cat Conover-recycled gifts; Kenneth Stockton-painting; Catherine Smith-jewelry; Peter Toch-woodturning; Susan Zorn-painting; Hannah Donohue-jewelry; Karen Kessler-jewelry; Gwyn Hall-photography & cards; Hope Hollingsworth-felted hats; and Colin Doughty-pottery.
Take this opportunity to select wonderful, one-of-a-kind gifts for your family and friends in time for the holiday season. Delicious food and baked goods will be available for purchase. Local musicians will be on hand to entertain you at the Friday evening event.
For more information, please contact Meridith Entingh at firstname.lastname@example.org.