When I arrived I was pleasantly surprised to see the craft show announcement on the marquis at the main entrance. That's a good sign. Another good sign was that, despite the yucky weather, the parking lot was relatively full. (There was a boat show in the nearby convention center, so I figured some of the spillover had to head this way, plus with bad weather folks would be looking for something to do indoors.)
|This is the parking lot on a good day. Notice the marquis at the bottom center of the photo.|
|Debbie Byrd in front of her bottle lamp creations.|
There are two more craft fairs scheduled for this year, one in May (17th-19th), The Cruisin Craft Show, which coinsides with the car show in Ocean City, and one later in the Fall. Because of the size of the mall, there is a limit of 29 vendors, with a preference going to those who offer handmade goods. For more information, or for a vendor application, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Jean Bozman with some of her lovely creations.|
|Catherine Morrissey showing me one of her necklaces.|
|Mike and Cindy proudly showing off some of their sweet smelling soaps.|
|Hillary Jump and her Fansea Glass Jewelry.|
This was a small, but promising craft show. Next year expect to see me with my shop, TheGoodOleDays at the Third Annual President's Craft Fair.