Holiday Arts Fair this Saturday (Vendor Feature)

Posted on November 17, 2016, in Events, Lancer Life

The General McLane Foundation’s 10th Annual Holiday Arts Fair is quickly approaching.

This year’s event will be held Saturday, November 19, at General McLane High School and runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Nearly 100 vendors will be in attendance, including nearly 20 new vendors. Ceramics, framed glass, paintings, pottery, wood and recycled items and jewelry as well as quilted, croched, stitched and sewn items are among the many crafts that will be available. Here is a sneak-peak of just some of the vendors that will be attendance on Saturday!

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Brassy Peacock Designs will be offering handmade jewelry with genuine stones, Swarovski Crystals and Artisan beads. Brassy Peacock Designs uses Sterling, Copper and Brass to create unique and one of a kind jewelry items.


Chinese Lagoon sells bath soap, laundry soap and laundry stain sticks, lip balm, whipped body butter, lotion bars and room sprays. All soaps are vegetarian or vegan without any detergents or petroleum products.


Rustic Rough Cut‘s last schedule show will be this weekend at our Holiday Arts Fair! They specialize in custom rustic decor and are able to make just about anything!

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Beelzebub’s Salsa, fresh salsa made from local ingredients. Current seasonal salsa for the holidays include “Cranberry” and “Honeycrisp Apple.”

Cork ends coasters (536x600)

Coffee Bowl Cozy (600x467)

Local Etsy artist Karen Grove creates anything from jewelry to coasters and games to bowl cozies!


Stickyfoot Acres creates Goat milk soap and lotion. Their soaps are made from goat milk, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, castor oil and Shea butter. Their lotions include goat milk, shea butter and honey.



Local painter and illustrator Heather Cash will be selling original paintings & prints, paint-your-own canvases — and debuting her new adult coloring book! Cash also teaches canvas classes at Claytopia.