'Best Little Arts & Crafts Show in Vermont'

JAMAICA — On June 3, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Jamaica Community Arts Council will sponsor the second annual "Best Little Arts & Crafts Show in Vermont" in and around the historic Jamaica Town Hall, right on Routes 30/100 in the center of town.

Admission is free and a variety of food and drink will be available for purchase at several local venues.

Almost 50 of Southern Vermont's finest artists and craftspeople will be on hand, including Jamaica's own fiber artist

Margaret Miller, who will be demonstrating her spinning and weaving. Other local artisans include Heather Bartels, who will be offering her unique leather and feather earrings, Sherry Clark, the Bondville Bloomist, with her amazing floral and plant creations, and Ray Ballantine with his hand-crafted wooden toys.

Other featured craftwork includes handmade wood creations, including birdhouses, children's toys, and carved bowls; pottery lovers will appreciate works by Jenifer Morier, Jaye Pope, Mary Ann Furgalack and Diane Echlin. Jewelry lovers will delight in work by Donna Dilmore, Jack Peters, Lisa Flanders, Pat Miller, Cindy Moses, Bonnie North, Jen Smith, and Karen Utiger of Lyon Pond Studio. Handmade soaps, lotions, natural cosmetics and healing balms will be for sale, along with a variety of unique creations from regional craftspeople.

The Children's "Creation Station" will be back by popular demand.

For more information:

jamaicacommunityarts.org, call 802-297-2478 or email elkaart@gmail.com.


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