HHS Cheerleading & HHS NJROTC
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 2nd & 3rd
9 TO 2
HUNTINGTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
4125 N. Solomon’s Island Rd. (Rt.4)
Huntingtown, MD 20639
Crafters may apply at email@example.com
Kids’ craft area – make & take
Meet Santa from 10-1
Come out and shop with our crafters and home-based business vendors.
Handmade Jewelry, Homemade Jellies, Herb & Dip Mixes, Wreaths, Woodworking, Ornaments, Bows, Pet Items/Treats, Handmade soaps, Vinyl Designs, Quilts, Baby blankets/Bibs, Doll Beds, Puzzle Lights and a variety of other crafts.
Vendors: Avon, Thirty-One, Lu La Roe, Origami Owl, Tastefully Simple, Pampered Chef, Traveling Vineyard, Lip Sense, Stella & Dot, Mary Kay & so many, many More!
50+ Crafters & Vendors!!!
Door Prizes & Raffles every half hour!!!
Concessions provided by Huntingtown HS Cheerleaders & NJROTC
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