Christmas Craft Show returns this weekend

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The 2015 craft fair, which included a booth from B-A students Tia Aurandt and Asia Beeler, was a success, and this years will be too!

Olivia Stetter and Brooke Beichler

The Berky Bunch is hosting its fifth annual craft show at the Myers Elementary building on Saturday, December 2, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

The group is expecting over a thousand of people to show up for this event. It’s one of the traditional kickoff events for the holiday season in the Bellwood-Antis community.

With over 90 venders there is bound to be a craft for you.”

High school secretary Mrs. Amy Chamberlin, one of the main people who organizes the craft show said, described her feelings as the big day approaches.

“I get excited and nervous, and anxious for it to be over,” she said.

With over 90 venders there is bound to be a craft for you.

The Berky Bunch is a Bellwood-Antis Relay for Life team that does many fundraising events for the cause of cancer research. They also sponsors a Cookie Walk at the craft show, and all the proceeds from that sale go to the Bellwood-Antis Public Library.

The craft show will include Santa’s work shop where kids can shop for their friends and family, tons of delicious food, card making, and free gift wrapping for the kids, sand art and Santa will be taking pictures.

The food choices will be soups, walking tacos, nachos, meatball subs, hotdogs, haluski, and probably a few other sandwich types.