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Have a safe and happy holiday season!
We went to the Holiday Bazaar at the Beavercreek Church of the Nazarene last weekend and got to enjoy all the crafts and goodies.
A few of our favorite vendors were:
- Honor Flight RVC – Incredible wooden pieces crafted to benefit the Honor Flight RV Convoy program that offers an alternate method of traveling to Washington, D.C. for WWII, Korean War and Vietnam veterans who choose not to fly.
- KenKare Jewelry & Crafts – beautiful and unique handcrafted earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and more made by a mother-daughter team.
- Singapore Seahorse – beautiful jewelry made using ancient coins from around the world.
- Hook & Needle Creations – so many bags and totes of all sizes and with prints to fit everyone’s taste – fandoms, florals, geometric, paisley, etc..
- Paper Dreams by Terry – so many amazing paper goods such as gift card envelopes, gift boxes, candy bar sleeves, and cute magnets made out of Scrabble tiles!
After attending the Gem City Made craft show at the Beavercreek Church of the Nazarene back in May, everyone told us that if we enjoyed that craft show, then we definitely needed to attend the annual Holiday Bazaar at the church in the fall. Since then, we’ve been looking forward to it!
The Holiday Bazaar was founded in 1992, and is one of the community’s largest craft shows with gifts, homemade treats, and handmade crafts, and admission is free!
Saturday, November 10th from 9am-3pm
Beavercreek Church of the Nazarene
1850 North Fairfield Road
Beavercreek, OH 45432
If you happen to see us there, please don’t hesitate to say hi!
Recently, Jeff Schmitt passed away (his obituary). While at lunch, he suffered a heart attack that eventually led to his passing. Jeff had suffered some health issues in recent years, including needing a new kidney, which he received from his son Jay.
- Shoup Mill Road —Named for the mill on the Stillwater River
- Claggett Drive, Neff Road, Ensley Avenue, and Drill Avenue – named for early settlers of Dayton
- Bidleman Street — Short street named for Chas Bidleman, a Dayton dry goods merchant
- Clay Street —named for Henry Clay, a former candidate for U.S. president
When: October 13th, 2018, 9am-5pm
Where: Yellow Springs (for directions and parking information, click here)
A few notes:
- Pets are not allowed at this event, except for Service Animals
- You can ride your bike to the Yellow Springs and use the Bike Valet!
- There is a free shuttle service from Young’s Jersey Dairy