BELINGTON – The holiday season is quickly approaching. Thankfully, the 40th Annual Christmas Craft Show is coming this weekend to alleviate your holiday shopping stress in finding the perfect gift for each member of the family.
This annual celebration of the Christmas season will take place this Saturday, November 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 26, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Randolph County National Guard Armory in Belington.
With almost 60 crafters in attendance, the public can expect a wide variety of holiday goodies for the entire family. Crafts include ceramic ornaments, industrial lamps, stained glass, baskets, brooms, crochet items, wreaths, flower arrangements, primitive dolls, clocks, dog treats, gnomes, hand carved walking sticks, wooden ornaments, and so much more.
Rather than requiring an entry fee to witness such an extravagant vendor show, Wilson and her team encourage the community to donate canned food to benefit the Upshur Cooperative Parish in Buckhannon.
The holiday spirit and shopping experiences don’t end with the crafts! Baked goods and scrumptious food will be available for purchase while shoppers browse.
The show’s organizer, Pam Wilson, has been bringing Christmas cheer to North Central West Virginia through this annual crafting event since its establishment in 1983. Wilson’s newest craft show partner, Lara Lawrence, has been a respected vendor of the show since 2012.
Mark your calendars: The 40th Annual Christmas Craft Show will be held Saturday, November 26, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 27, from noon until 4 p.m. at the Randolph County National Guard Armory — Rt. 33 Corridor H, 201 Caisson Drive in Belington, West Virginia.
Follow the 40th Annual Christmas Craft Show Facebook page for event updates, crafter spotlights and more.