The Escalon Historical Museum will be the site of a Senior Craft Show on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Several local craftspeople will be offering their homemade items for sale just in time for holiday gift-buying.
Among those who have signed up thus far are Sandy Russell who will be marketing her crocheted dishcloths, Michelle Yelland with almond products, Gerri Andrade with Stampin’ Up rubber stamps, cards and other items, Wendy Fenton with yard decorations, and Mary Cloyd with wind chimes. Some of Ray Gentry’s birdhouses will be available, although Gentry himself had a previous commitment. A few other local crafters are still contemplating participating as well.
If you are over 50 years old and make something that you would like to sell, call the museum at 838-8070 to rent space/a table for $10. The museum will remain open for touring during the hours of the Senior Craft Show.