Coalton Elementary School and the town of Coalton will host the ninth annual Christmas Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the school.
The event will feature drawings for door prizes including handmade Christmas crafts, food and baked goods, a 31 tote, and a Scentsy tart warmer.
Vendors include Joann Yeager, with gourmet cakes, apple butter, and candles; Corina Belan, with English muffin bread, jams, cookies and pizzella; JoAnna Reckart, with hand-sculptured figurines, primitive Santas and snowmen; Kathy Hitchcock, with pasta and salsa; Pam Kimble, with glazed plates; Melissa Daetwyler, with candles; Jessica Kelly, with pottery; Sandra Mick, with Miche purses; Danielle Mick, with Scentsy; Angela McCauley, with vinyl and paper crafts; Diane Currence, with country and primitive crafts; Melissa Garrett, with Camden Creek Primitives; Krista Hiner, with handbags, bracelets, and scarves; Angela Hinkle, with jewelry, and leather belts; Norma Daniels, with floral designs; Anita Talbott, with Tastefully Simple Foods; Cheryl Rosencrance with Christmas wreaths, and crocheted items; Joann Judy, with yo-yo items, and hand painted ornaments and decorations; and Frances and Mike Wilson, who will serve chili, Italian wedding soup, hot dogs, nachos, drinks and desserts.
The Coalton Elementary School PTA will be sponsoring a Ladies Luxury Basket to be raffled off at the end of the craft show. The basket is filled with items donated by various area businesses, as well as PTA members. The tickets will be available for purchase at the Craft Show, or you may contact the school by calling 304-636-9164.
Principal Amy Rowan Smith along with the Coalton Elementary School PTA and the town of Coalton have made this year's craft show possible.
The school is located off Exit 151 of Corridor H. There will be signs directing drivers to the school.