GAMBIER — The Gambier Craft Sale will take place on Sunday offering more than 85 crafters, many of them local.
Returning for a second year is The Beerview Mirror. With his patent-pending designs, Anthony Emerine offers bike mirrors recycled from wheel spokes and beer caps. Pick up a moustache on a stick or some felt food from Har Henan Boogie, and stop by Beat Percussions for a demo of Steven Stotts’ unique hand drums.
Glass, photos, ornaments, candy, rugs, furniture, cookies, cakes, birdhouses, all kinds of holiday décor and of course lots of jewelry will be available.
There will also be chances to go home with free merchandise as many of our artisans have donated door prizes.
New this year are Shakespeare shorts brought to you by the Kenyon drama department with performances of “As You Like It” and “Macbeth” at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. There will be lenty of seating available to take in a perforamce and enjoy a snack or lunch from the service sorority Psi Iota Xi whose fundraising goes to work right here in Knox County.
The tradition, in its 43rd year, the craft sale will take place at the Kenyon College Athletic Center from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There is free admission and free parking.
Published on November 30, 2011