Keyser High to reason annual Harvest Holiday

October 2, 2016 - garden totes

KEYSER – The fame of West Virginia’s tumble leaflet will brew with crafts, food and fun when Keyser High School hosts a annual humanities and qualification festival, Harvest Holiday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.

For a News Tribune
KEYSER – The fame of West Virginia’s tumble leaflet will brew with crafts, food and fun when Keyser High School hosts a annual humanities and qualification festival, Harvest Holiday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.         
      The high school’s hallways will be lined with a different collection of artists and craftspeople. More than 80 vendors will showcase their talents.       
      Crafts will embody woodworking, glass, candles, jewelry, bears and dolls, photography, silk-flower arrangements and wreaths.
           Shoppers might also name from a far-reaching operation of tumble and Christmas decorations. In addition, ornaments will be available. Also renouned will be nation and obsolete home décor, including wooden signs, nation furniture, indoor and outside benches, birdhouses and yard art.
           A few of a some-more singular offerings will be tole painting, decoupage lamps, embellished feathers and stoneware pottery. 
           Fiber artists will uncover counted cross-stitch needlework, tatting, quilts, afghans and woven and woolen scarves, blankets, socks, gloves and hats. Appliqued and festooned shirts,  doll clothing, pillows, book covers, totes and purses will also be offered.
           Spa equipment will embody soaps, lotions, mouth balms, liniments and ointments.
     Other renouned equipment will be wooden scrollwork, woodcarvings, gourds with wood-burned designs, paper crafting and framed tapestries..
     Personalized gifts will embody permit plates, coffee mugs, rodent pads, coasters and holiday yard signs.  
     Among a new vendors during this year’s festival will be Beth Kidwell, timber and fabric snowmen ornaments, hand-painted spoons and wooden angels; Fripperies, handmade dolls, pressed animals, mermaids and fairies; Heart of a Mountain, valuables done from antique spark mining scrip and hand-carved coal; and Hummingbird, paper mache letters in several styles and sizes.
     Also new to a uncover will be Just Stick It Vinyl, tradition vinyl decals; Make Yourself Sparkle, rhinestone and shine shirts; Mitch and Mak, all-natural beauty products; and Newhall’s Rustics, seat and home décor crafted from stable timber and charge shop-worn trees.
     Rounding out a first-time vendors will be Off My Hook, crocheted badge scarves; Pinay Primitives Country Décor, holiday and non-seasonal nation primitives; and Scents N Things, wreaths and home décor, lotions, ladle valuables and molded candles.
           Food present equipment will embody homemade dips, hardtack candy, Swiss plain chocolates, truffles, out-of-date caramels, fudge, spices, apple butter, epicurean apples and honey.
           The aroma of juicy concessions will once again fill a air.   Archie’s Barbeque will yield pulled pork, beef brisket, duck on a stick, baked macaroni and cheese and cornbread. Keyser Evening Kiwanis will have their ever-popular flue cakes, boiled oreos, sleet cones, hotdogs and pizza.
     Headsville Countryside Ruritan Club will move behind their grilled quarter-chicken dinners, homemade soups and home-baked rolls, while a new food vendor, Robin’s Confections, will have bread, pies, whoopee pies, cookies and cake pops.
     In addition, pumpkin rolls, caramel apples and apple dumplings will be available. Kettle corn and flavored popcorns will also be sold. Another favorite will be cupcakes from The Candlewyck’s Wickedly Good Cupcakes.
      Individuals and vendors are donating items, present baskets and present certificates for a wordless auction to advantage a Keyser High School Serenity Garden.
             Harvest Holiday is being concurrent by dual KHS organizations, ACES and HI-Y, as a fundraiser for a vital landscaping devise during a school. The clubs are constructing a garden with a walking route for propagandize and village use. Preliminary landscaping with marble benches, plants, and petrify curbing have been installed, though students will need to lift an additional $20,000 before a finished devise can turn a reality.
           Admission and available parking to a festival are giveaway to a public. All businessman spaces are filled for this year’s show. Contact Cassie Delaney or Vickie Saville, expertise advisors, during Keyser High School (304-788-4230) for some-more information on destiny shows.

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