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Festival Grounds Address: 44337 County Line Rd
OLD-FASHIONED
Christmas IN THE WOODS
433 State Avenue
Beaver, PA 15009
2
Weekends!
21st
Annual!
Shaker Woods Grounds ■ Columbiana, Ohio
Festival Grounds Address: 44337 County Line Rd, Columbiana, OH 44408
October 10-11, 17-18, 2015
Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Follow us on Facebook & visit our website christmasohio.com
Doreen & Clint
Campbell
CRAFTING
THAT’S ALL IN
THE FAMILY
I
have been a craftsmen for
27 years. I love it. It is still a
magical process for me to take a
spark of an idea in my mind and
make it come to life. I always keep
my “idea” notebook around, to sketch future projects.
My husband, Clint and I have traveled and participated in art/craft shows
in 5 states. We had a store location for years, and I was a designing artist
for Sharon and Gayle publishing. I had two published craft books and 75
pattern packets,
All of my designs are original and handmade.
I started years ago, in my basement workshop, with just a few tools.
Next, I also took over an unused bedroom as my secondary craft area.
Eventually, as my business grew, crafts took over our home. We built a
huge workshop, which I desperately needed and our 5 children got the
house back.
In the shop, we usually have many projects in various stages of progress.
A creative mind is often a messy mind. Our projects may range from purely
decorative, seasonal, functional shelves and benches, to repurposed items.
When we have time, we love to snoop yard sales and flea markets for
unique items that just beg to be bought and paint new life into them.
I love the creative process of drawing up new ideas on paper patterns
and seeing how they come together once cut on wood. At times the finished
product is not as grand as the image in my mind, which forces me “back to
the drawing board” to try again.
Clint has been my partner in the creative world since I started. He
has helped with nearly every aspect of this business. His creative mind
works much differently than mine, which is why we are a great fit, different
perspective. He never sketches on paper, he simply goes to a saw and
makes projects happen. I may have benches, shelves or one of a kind
pieces, then I give him an idea of what I want and he makes it a reality.
Family and friends routinely bring me wood furniture, unique pieces
of wood or even roadside finds,
knowing I will find a creative use
for them. I have woke up in middle
of the night with a great idea,
and found inspiration in the most
unexpected and oddest places. It
is who I am. I feel the more I use
my creativity, the more it thrives.
My children grew up in the craft
world and all took turns helping
in some capacity. Now they are
all grown, with families of their
own, but even as adults, they
occasionally stop by to help.
Our oldest son, CJ, his wife,
Tricia and their 2 sons, Hunter and
Clint III, are the other ½ of Clint &
I’s craft team.
Tricia was thrown into this world
of crafting when she married my
son, she not only adapted, she
thrived. Tricia went from being
afraid of drills to now using the
saws and nail guns. She is my
constant helper, and I tease her
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THE PROMOTERS
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Start a Holiday Tradition at
Christmas in the Woods.
hat’s your holiday tradition? Is it hanging stockings on the fireplace, meeting at Grandma’s
with family, baking cookies on Christmas Eve, or like me, watching “A Christmas Story” for the
umpteenth time (and yes laughing at the same scenes every time)? But if kicking off the Christmas
season at Old-Fashioned Christmas in the Woods is your tradition, you’re not alone. We have thousands
who attend from more than 30 states and many have been with us from the beginning...21 years ago.
It’s one tradition we’ve been blessed to be a part of. And if this is your first time attending, we hope
it becomes a special place and a special time for you as well.
So once again, the crafters and vendors are excited to meet you, the musical instruments are tuned,
the aroma of delicious food is in the air, and the booths are beautifully decked out for the holidays.
Get ready to make holiday memories...it’s Christmas in the Woods.
Merry Christmas and God Bless “Everyone,”
Ken and Linda McGaffic
TICKET INFORMATION
OLD-FASHIONED Christmas IN THE WOODS, INC.
Shaker Woods Grounds Address: 44337 County Line Rd. • Columbiana, OH 44408
GENERAL ADMISSION • DAILY RATES
• Acres of Free Parking • No Pets Please
ADULTS.................................$8.00 • No Smoking in Woods - Outside Fence Only
• Group Rates of 10 or more
CHILDREN (12 AND UNDER).........FREE
• Bus Tours and Groups Welcome.
Parents, please keep in mind our woods are not stroller-friendly. Strollers are not recommended.
Correspondence Only: Ken and Linda McGaffic
433 State Avenue, Beaver, PA 15009 • (724) 774-6341
Follow us!
E-Mail - [email protected] • We’re online at: www.christmasohio.com
A C C O M M O D AT I O N S
Accommodations within minutes of the Christmas in the Woods Festival:
• Holiday Inn (Boardman)....…...............330-726-1611 • Hampton Inn & Suites(Canfield)..........330-702-1900
• Hampton Inn (Boardman)......................330-758-5191 • Quality Inn & Suites (N.Lima)..............330-549-9190
• Fairfield Inn (Boardman)........................330-726-5979 • Country Inn & Suites (Youngstown)......330-544-0300
• Fairfield Inn & Suites (Youngstown)......330-505-2173
• Marriot Residence Inn (Boardman).........330-726-1747
• Americas Best Value Inn & Suites (N. Lima).....330-549-0157 Bed and Breakfast
• Inn At The Green (Poland).........330-757-4688
• Microtel (Boardman).............................330-758-1816
• Columbiana Bed & Breakfast (Columbiana)..330-892-0218
• Days Inn (Lisbon)....…............................330-420-0111 • Charles Nelson Schmick House (Leetonia)..330-301-3971
• Dutch Village Inn (Columbiana)..............866-482-5050
Campgrounds (on St. Rte. 7)
• Holiday Inn Express (North Lima)............330-549-0070 • Terrace Lake (New Waterford)......330-227-9606
WEATHER ALERT: In the event of pending or a severe storm, a
siren will be activated. Please exit woods for your own protection.
You may re-enter the woods after the storm passes. Thank you.
Joy Ingram
A Makers
Story
M
y name is Joy Ingram and I
am a maker, a maker of useful
things.
I started making pots when I was
9 years old. Being the youngest of
4 my mom needed to channel my
energy into a project (and save
her washing machine from the
dirt and rocks I always seemed to
have in my pockets) She found a
pottery class at a local art center
that was advertised for “All Ages”
and the teacher was willing to
work with a 9 year old. I had never
experienced anything like the feel
of clay moving threw my hands as
the wheel turned. The thought that
I was making something that could
be used to eat out of fascinated
me. I took pottery classes while I
progressed through school and
eventually it was time for college.
Expressing an interest to major in
Ceramics prompted my father to
advise me to attain a “real” degree
in something useful. In the fall of
1997 I entered Ohio University
with a Track and Field Scholarship
and an eye on a biology degree.
Four years later, I graduated with a
degree in Communication. (Turns
out I am not that good at math and
biology required a lot of math!) I
had taken some ceramics classes
for the non-art major at OU and I
was hoping to keep my hands in
clay as I entered the work force.
Clay became an enjoyable hobby
to escape to after my “real” job
ended. And it stayed that way until
the company I was working for
closed. With a little extra time on
my hands while I looked for another
job, I began to take classes with
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Christmas in the Woods
ENTERTAINMENT
Vanessa Campagna
Performing: All Four Days
at The Garden Stage
Abbots Cross
Strolling throughout the Woods
October 10
First Weekend
Saturday, October 10
Meeting House Stage:
• B.E. Taylor (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Garden Stage:
• Vanessa Campagna
(11:00 a.m.- Noon) (1 - 2 p.m.) (3 - 4 p.m.)
• The Meeting House
Stage (Near Booth 42)
• The Garden Stage
(Near Food Area C)
• The Simple Gifts Stage
(Near Booth 136)
Performing: October 18
at The Simple Gifts Stage
Second Weekend
Saturday, October 17
Meeting House Stage:
• B.E. Taylor (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Garden Stage:
• Vanessa Campagna
(11 a.m.- Noon) (1 - 2 p.m.) (3 - 4 p.m.)
Simple Gifts Stage:
• Cedar Valley Cloggers
Windridge:
• Bob Bellamy (All Day) - Booth 84
Windridge:
• Bob Bellamy (All Day) - Booth 84
Daily Activity:
• Angela Love (Caricatures) - Booth 80
Daily Activity:
• Angela Love (Caricatures) - Booth 80
Strolling:
• Abbots Cross (11 a.m. - 3 p.m.)
Sunday, October 11
Meeting House Stage:
• B.E. Taylor (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Garden Stage:
• Vanessa Campagna
(11:00 a.m.- Noon) (1 - 2 p.m.) (3 - 4 p.m.)
(10 - 11 a.m.) (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Strolling:
• .calm quartet (All Day)
Sunday, October 18
Meeting House Stage:
• B.E. Taylor (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Garden Stage:
• Vanessa Campagna
(11 a.m.- Noon) (1 - 2 p.m.) (3 - 4 p.m.)
Simple Gifts Stage:
• Beaver Creek Band
Simple Gifts Stage:
• Ambridge Steel Drum Band
Windridge:
• Bob Bellamy (All Day) - Booth 84
Windridge:
• Bob Bellamy (All Day) - Booth 84
Daily Activity:
• Angela Love (Caricatures) - Booth 80
Daily Activity:
• Angela Love (Caricatures) - Booth 80
(Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Strolling:
• Click a Cappella Quartet (11 a.m. - 2 p.m.)
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Performing All 4 Days
at the Meeting House Stage...
B .E. Taylor
Ambridge Steel Drums
Simple Gifts Stage:
• Beaver Creek Band
(10 - 11 a.m.) (Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
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(Noon - 1 p.m.) (2 - 3 p.m.)
Strolling:
• .calm quartet (All Day)
B
.E. Taylor is a nationally recognized
recording and performing artist who
continues to blaze new musical trails. He’s
had a diverse career that has allowed him
to create and keep fans at each stop along
his musical journey.
As the top Pittsburgh rock band in the
80’s, The B.E. Taylor Group scored a
Billboard regional number one hit with
Vitamin L. The group also charted with
Karen, Reggae Rock & Roll & Never Hold
Back before disbanding after three major
label releases on MCA and Epic/CBS.
Working with friend and co-producer Rick
Witkowski, Chrishae Records released B.E.
Taylor Christmas, featuring B.E.’s unique
interpretation of some of the most beautiful
and sacred songs of Christmas. It found
immediate radio acceptance in Pittsburgh
and Wheeling, WV. In 1996 B.E. rented
a small hall in Wheeling to give a onetime live-performance of his album. The
overwhelming reaction to that concert set
in motion the B.E. Taylor Christmas Tour
that now plays annually to 40,000+ joyous
fans throughout the Midwest. Fan demand
for a second Christmas album produced
B.E. Christmas 2 in 2000, and music from
both Christmas CDs can be heard on radio
coast to coast during the holiday season.
In 2010, the beloved B.E. Taylor Christmas
Concert was released on DVD with “live”
companion CD and the show was picked
up by American Public Television and aired
nationally in 200 select PBS markets during
the holiday season.
In the Fall of 2012 B.E. Taylor released,
B.E. Taylor Christmas 3 with all NEW songs
– the long awaited follow up CD to – B.E.
Taylor Christmas & B.E. Taylor Christmas
2. All of B.E.’s CDs & live Christmas DVD
will be available for purchase this year
at Christmas In The Woods! For more
information on B.E. Taylor, his music, tour
schedule, etc. – visit www.betaylor.com
Bringing a Group?
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...Only 12 Miles from Shaker Woods
It’s Our
60th Anniversary
tion
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Our Group
Discount
Rate.
Celebra
FREE ADMISSION,
FREE PARKING!
45625 Old St. Rte. 154 • Rogers, Ohio • 330-227-3233
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For Market Information, Auction Details, Special Events,
Visitor’s Guides, Area Attractions & More!
For More Information: Call (724) 774-6341 or
email: [email protected]
Vivian’s
Spend a day in
the village of
COLUMBIANA, OH
Antiques & Collectibles
330-261-1044
Antiques • Collectibles • Giftwear
1264 W. State Street • Salem, OH 44460 (Beside the Muffler Man)
Monday - Saturday 10 am to 5 pm • Sunday 12 to 5 pm
Choose from a wide variety of
folk-art inspired designs from
Heartwood Creek
by Jim Shore
Byers Choice Carolers • Painted Ponies
Adora Dolls • Precious Moments
P. Buckley Moss Print, Ornaments
Antiques, Reproductions, Used Furniture
24 S. Main Street
Columbiana, OH 44408
330-482-3144
1-877-857-0751
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Fri: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun: 1-5 p.m.
”A Remembrance of a Simpler Life”
SHAKERS
COTTAGE
Colonial and Shaker Style Furniture, Accessories & Gifts
Shakers Cottage is your source for Country Curtains with many styles
and patterns to select from. Find the look you need for your windows.
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Braided Rugs
Salt Glazed Pottery
Country Lighting
Candles
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Framed Prints
Primitives
Quilts
Linens
Visit us on
Facebook for
New Postings!
Stop into Our Store and Register to Win a...
Jelly Cupboard
No purchase
necessary.
Christmas items will be on display during the event.
14895 South Ave, Suite D
Columbiana, Ohio 44408
Store Hours: 10 am - 6 pm Tues. - Sat.
330.892.6060
www.shakerscottage.com
— Located Behind the Das Dutch Haus Restaurant —
DID YOU KNOW?
It takes nearly 1,000
people to conduct
Christmas in the
Woods each day?
(including crafters,
staff, entertainers,
security, parkers etc.)
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Country Confections Chocolates
Christmas
in the
Woods Tip:
Sweeten Everyone’s Holiday Season!
Corporate Gifts Too.
Looking for a
specific crafter?
Booth #18
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Need to pick
up a previously
purchased item?
Lose something?
Come to
the Information
Booth in between
Gates B & C.
www.countryconfections.com
2500 Washington Road (North Strabane Town Center)
Canonsburg, PA 15317 • 724-746-5531
We Ship Everywhere!
Beaver Creek Band
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Performing: October 10 & 11 at The Simple Gifts Stage
ow is a sound that lifts the spirit, warms the soul and is as vital as breath it’s selfdescribed in words? It is a sound that to the uninitiated may appear simple, but upon
closer introduction, is as intricate as the mechanism of a fine old pocket watch. The
Bluegrass music presented by the Beaver Creek Band is a sound that was inspired by the
vast and mysterious beauty of the eastern mountains and the hardy folks who settled there.
Drawing from their love and knowledge of the musical styles that have echoed across
the regional landscape for generations, the group will present songs featuring beautiful
vocal harmonies accompanied by the banjo, fiddle, guitar, bass and mandolin.
The Beaver Creek Band performs their own blend of Bluegrass music, weaving stories
of life, love, loss and salvation. At their best when sharing their music with an audience,
the band has traveled extensively in the eastern United States since the early 1980’s.
Together the members of Beaver Creek present an enjoyable program reflecting their
mutual love of the more traditional music styles.
Artemis Botanicals
Organic & Natural Bath Shop
• Handmade Glycerin Soaps
• Hydrating Body Butters
• Soothing Mineral Soaks
• Natural Body Scrubs
• Organic Herbal Lotions
• Vegan Lip Balm
Visit us at Booth 2, Near Gate C. • ArtemisBotanicals.com • 724-225-4600
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Doreen & Clint Campbell continued from page 1
about being shop manager, but she
truly is. I would be lost without her.
When I see their children at four &
five, who have been in the woodshop
since birth, practicing running screws
in with their mini drill, it tickles me. I
can’t help wonder if I am watching the
next generation of craftsmen.
My mother has helped since the
day I started, it was her 2nd (but
unpaid) job. Now at age 77, she is
no longer able to “work” in the shop,
but is still present for company, love,
constant support and the occasional
wisecrack.
I have received many ribbons,
awards and certificates over the
years. The accolades are wonderful,
but nothing warms my heart as
speaking to my customers does. To
hear them say how much they love
your work, how you are their favorite
artist, that you are the best booth at
the show.
How can you not swell with pride
and smile from ear to ear?
A customer once told me that God
granted me the gift of creativity & it is
my obligation to share it, I am trying.
Visit Doreen and Clint in booth 25.
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With your support, over 72,000 meals have been
donated locally with Feeding America since 2010!
Thank You for Rating our Candles
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Booth #21
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Fragrances that fill your home with a wonderful scent
that lasts to the very bottom of the jar...guaranteed!
CALLING ALL KIDS...MAKE YOUR OWN CANDLE!
Booth
#48
“Tried your candles last year
and love them! They burn
clean & scent lasts to the end.
Great candles, now
a loyal fan!”
“Your candles are awesome
& the reason for our
“girls day trip”each year
to Christmas in the Woods
(14 years now!).”
Sheri B - Boardman, OH
Megan, Kelly, Jan, Traci
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3324 State Rte. 7, New Waterford/Columbiana, OH 44445
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A selection of top quality
exciting and unique specialty food
products prepared with pride and
a passion for perfection.
Bon appétit.
Booth #21
Pat and Ron Boswell
P.O Box 486
Hinckley, Ohio 44233
(877) 463-4619 • Fax (330) 278-2679
www.boswellsbeanery.com
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OCTOBER 8-9 & 15-16
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from pesticides, herbicides and genetically modified materials.
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3324 State Rte. 7, New Waterford/Columbiana, OH 44445
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Joy Ingram continued from page 2
Booth #4
Booth #40
a Master Potter
near me. After the
second class he
asked me if I had
ever considered
making pots for a
living because he
felt I had the talent
to make it work.
He offered me an
apprenticeship to
work with him and
I apprenticed with
him for almost
2 years. Slowly
transforming my
hobby into the work I had been dreaming of making since I was 9.
That Idea of useful pots stuck with me, almost 20 years later, as I opened
Brown Bear Pottery in 2003. I strive to make pots that are functional first, that
feel comfortable in your hands. I knew how happy I was making pots but what
I was not expecting was the happiness and smiles my pots began to bring to
those that used them. The stories from folks who were actively enjoying my
pots everyday was overwhelming. What I make with my hands has become
important and meaningful to those who use them.
I am blessed to be a maker. I make the coffee mug you drink out of every
morning. I make the baker you make your famous appetizer in all your friends
love. I make the casserole you make your kids macaroni and cheese in every
Thursday. I am honored to be a small part of each of your lives every day.
Please come visit us at Booth 169.
Chad & Erin Rupp
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“Drink
Unique!”
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5 Sisters making high quality designer handbags. Made with
reproduction fabric patterns and woven on antique looms.
Beautiful and functional designs appealing to women of all ages.
Booth #3
handmeaglass.com • [email protected]
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Booth #186
Heirloom
Santas
created by Alane Tucker
Abbots Cross
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Strolling throughout the Woods October 10
bbots Cross is a Celtic music group from the Pittsburgh area and is made up of
Alan Booth and Mike Clancy. The combination of Alan Booth’s rich vocals and Mike
Clancy’s jazz background makes for an exciting musical experience. Their influences range
from The Wolfe Tones to John Coltrane. Booth and Clancy’s set list includes traditional
and modern Celtic music combined with improvisation. Alan and Mike were honored to
be featured artists this year at the 3 Rivers Arts Festival and the 25th Pittsburgh Irish
Festival. They are really looking forward to creating a Celtic Christmas as they stroll the
grounds of the 2015 Old-Fashioned Christmas in the Woods!
One-of-a-kind, signed,
numbered, individually
sculpted faces
Featured in Better Homes
and Gardens Magazine!
Visit Our Website:
www.heirloomsantas.net
330-484-1640
Email: [email protected]
Booth #200
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Lynda Leciejewski
Booth #202
The
Sutersville Sewing Co.
A DREAM BECAME A REALITY
I
Applique Artists
419 First Avenue • Sutersville, PA 15083
724-872-6117
www.sutersvillesewingco.com
[email protected]
Booth #82
1-877-487-7771
www.ShopDavisAndDavis.com
would have never dreamed that the small craft business that I started on
a whim, would take me on the ride of a lifetime.
Kate & Bud’s Closet made its debut at a small local church craft show
in 1987. I featured 100 toddler sweatshirts; hand-painted with a variety of
designs. They were folded neatly on a table priced at $10 each. To my
surprise, they were gone by noon. I didn’t know it at the time, but a business
was about to be born. This business would be filled with passion for a craft
and my love for the customers that very soon would become part of the fabric
of my life.
It wasn’t long before I realized that I could enjoy the best of both worlds:
growing a home based business and raising my little ones, Kate and Bud!
From church boutiques, to community craft shows, I continued to expand the
product line so that it was unique and fun for children of all ages. The designs
were focused around the things that my little ones were enjoying; dinosaurs,
trucks, butterflies, ladybugs and sports. The business was taking off and I felt
secure in leaving my career as a key account manager with a major health
and beauty aids company. Honestly, I never looked back.
I have been blessed by taking the road that was less traveled. My calendar
became filled with wonderful shows from New York to Chicago and many
amazing stops in between. I
was given the chance to meet
the most talented craftsmen,
see places I could have never
imagined, and meet many of you
along the way.
Four years ago I was offered
the opportunity to partner with a
large gift company and become
Director of Development of a
children’s line that would include
my own art as well as fashion,
plush, frames and decorative
accessories.
Another dream
come true.
This journey has taken
me overseas and into the
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Vanessa
Campagna
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Performing: All Four Days
at The Garden Stage
t is her commanding presence and explosive
stage personality along with her dynamic and
versatile voice that has made Vanessa Campagna a
fan favorite. From as early as 6 years old Vanessa
has entertained many people during the Christmas
Holiday season. She has brought smiles to the
hundreds of thousands that celebrate Light Up Night
each year in Pittsburgh. Many have seen Vanessa
on WPXI-TV and along the route of the annual Macy’s
Celebrate the Seasons Parade in Pittsburgh, while
others have heard her Christmas music on Froggy
Radio’s Hometown Christmas and Lite Rock 92.9. Her
appearances in the B.E. Taylor Christmas Specials
were explosive while her own headlined Christmas
Concert has become a highly anticipated annual
event at the Beaver Valley Mall and other venues
around the region. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said
after one of her shows, “…the blossoming star power
and whopping voice of Vanessa Campagna shined
brightly.” Some of her most memorable moments
have come from featured appearances with the late
Marvin Hamlisch as he conducted the “Holiday Pops”
with various symphonies across the U.S. In the words
of the Buffalo News after one such concert, “Vanessa
is a precociously gifted vocal powerhouse and a
mature singer reminiscent of a young Celine Dion.”
Vanessa performs both beautiful Christmas standards
which we have all come to love as well as new and
exciting Christmas music of today. Her Christmas
show will warm your heart and put you in a festive
Christmas Spirit. “It wouldn’t be Christmas without
seeing one of Vanessa’s Christmas shows” said one
industry insider. “Her stage presence is unbelievable
and her personality is contagious!”
For more on Vanessa and her music, visit her on
line at www.vanessacampagna.com
Crafters, Listed Alphabetically With Booth Numbers
Anderson, Laurie J. ...................................... 207
Armstrong Karla ...................................... 38
Baldwin, Karen L. ........................................ 77
Barkley, Dean and Gloria ............................... 199
Barnard, Sandy ........................................... 88
Barton, Ken and Sue ...................................... 193
Bates, Marcy ........................................... 113
Baughman, Heidi ....................................... 22
Beck, Karl ...................................................... 91
Bellamy, Bob ................................................ 84
Berei, Sara .................................................. 9
Berta, Jeffrey .............................................. 168
Bertanzetti, Linda Ann Marie ........................... 71
Betlee, Linda ............................................... 97
Bier, Cheryl ................................................. 78
Bordelon, Delores and Romona ...................... 86
Bordine, David W. ...................................... 185
Boswell, Pat and Ron ...................................... 48
Boyd, Betty ................................................... 101
Boyett, John ................................................ 58
Bray, Victoria and Todd .................................. 21
Brenner, Brian .......................................... 111
Brown, Patrice A. .......................................... 94
Brown, Ernest and Eileen ........................... 69
Brown, Joann and Carl .................................... 125
Bukovac, Cynthia ...................................... 92
Burick, Michele .......................................... 145
Butcher, Paula .............................................. 8
Camarro, Katie ............................................. 27
Campbell, Doreen and Clint .............................. 25
Canan, Benjamin .......................................... 90
Capuano, Nancy ...................................... 148
Carroll, Sandy and Jack ................................ 136
Cestaric, Sheila ...................................... 26
Chalfant, Gina Marie ...................................... 59
Chandler, Lori ...................................... 55
Chapman, Phillip K. ...................................... 99
Clagg, Richard ........................................... 131
Coffman, Dee and Walker ............................... 109
Coury, David .................................................. 30
Cox, Ann ....................................................... 56
Cox, Anthony & Cecilia .................................. 181
Cox, Elaine ................................................... 67
Cramer, Mary Jane and Ken ............................ 195
Croft, Beryl ................................................. 202
Crowgey, Priscilla ...................................... 37
Cyprowski, Barb ...................................... 18
Davis, Ken ................................................... 82
Davis, Darlene and Lee ................................... 74
Dellosa, Eeron ........................................... 54 & 76
Demass, Brenda .......................................... 29
Denchfield, Richard ...................................... 196
Dennis, Kevin ...................................... 160
DeWind, Pam ...................................... 141
Dolata, Walter .............................................. 123
Doyle, Carol ............................................... 126
Duits, Selena .......................................... 12
Dunleavy, Dan ...................................... 57
Eddy, Judy Slaina ..................................... 203
El-Richani, Lina ............................................. 42
Exler, Mimi ................................................... 10
Fisk, Alan ..................................................... 81
Fecca, Michael .............................................. 85
Fleckenstein, Anna ...................................... 50
Foote, Debora ...................................... 31
Forman, Mike and Patti ..................................... 28
Gamble, Gary ................................................ 75
Gardner, Sharon and Chuck .......................... 189
Garrett, Robert B. ...................................... 106
Gaussa, Carolyn ...................................... 41
Gaver, Connie ............................................ 22
Gerstbauer, Delaine ...................................... 152
Geyer, Stephanie .......................................... 5
Gilbert, Charles ............................................ 15
Gonzales, Sondra ...................................... 100
Gorby, Chuck and Karen ................................. 49
Grant, Marina ............................................... 184
Grau, Michael .............................................. 63
Griffith, Clydine ...................................... 104
Hamilton, Susan ........................................... 43
Hannah, Lynda ............................................. 73
Harris, Dan ........................................... 190
Hasenpusch, Marilyn ................................... 165
Hayes, Robert .......................................... 179
Heckel, Denise .............................................. 83
Hefner, Carol .............................................. 39
Heiser, Sharon ...................................... 139
Heistand, Linda ...................................... 157
Hemphill, Merry Ellen ...................................... 7
Henzler, Karen ...................................... 174
High, Roberta ...................................... 46
Hill, Carol ................................................... 130
Hilton, Nancy ............................................. 66
Hilty, Micah ......................................... 159
Hnat, Frank M. ............................................. 17
Hoagland, Tracy Lee ..................................... 115
Hoerig, Sandy ............................................. 208
Hopke, Catherine and Steve ....................... 120
Hunter, Melissa ............................................ 33
Hutchison, Bobby ...................................... 191
Ingram, Joy and Zach ...................................... 169
Jaeb, Michael ............................................... 176
John, Jeannie ............................................ 173
Johnson, Allan and Nora ............................ 188
Jones, Valerie ............................................. 79
Kalimon, Darlene ........................................ 10
Kandray, Maureen ...................................... 127
Kelleghan, Susan ........................................ 183
Kerner, Betty ........................................... 137
Kerns, Jeanne ............................................ 133
Kirk, Kristi .................................................. 167
Knox, Debra ................................................... 53
Kristophel, E. Gregg & Deb ............................ 34
Larimore, Richard and Deb ........................... 121
Leciejewski, Lynda ........................................ 154
Lehn, Bill ................................................. 102
Letzkus, Chaz ............................................ 114
Liedel, Todd ............................................ 23
Lileas, Melissa ......................................... 14
Liptak, Rob .................................................... 87
Loper, Mari Jane ........................................ 124
Lorigan, Daniel ........................................... 172
Love, Angela ................................................. 80
Lowder, Susie ............................................ 108
Lukas, Indre-Linda and Guoda ...................... 204
Mace, Dorrin ................................................ 70
Mars, Don ............................................. 51
Martin, Trudy ................................................. 35
Mastandrea, Laura ...................................... 151
Mazanek, Louise ........................................ 97
McCafferty, Ruth ........................................ 62
McCord, Dorothy, Jill, Larry and Debbie .......... 20
McCracken, Grace .......................................... 171
McDevitt, Jo .......................................... 153
McKinney, Anne ........................................ 150
McRainey, Lila ...................................... 45
Merkle, Lynn ........................................... 165
Meyers, Deborah .......................................... 64
Miller, Bill .................................................. 183
Morris, Renee ............................................ 182
Morrone, Ron ............................................ 158
Mosholder, Karen ...................................... 209
Moye, Mallon ................................................ 194
Mullins, Helen ............................................. 166
Murphy, Sara .............................................. 103
Murphy, Georgiana ................................... 163
Murray, Toni E. ........................................... 68
Muscari, Francesca ...................................... 44
Neil, Terri ...................................................... 2
Newborn, Annette ...................................... 64
Nixon, Rich and Jean ...................................... 128
Nowicki, Louise ...................................... 132
Nuwer, Nicolette ...................................... 205
Oldham, Merlin and Cheryl ............................ 129
Pappa, Michael ...................................... 93
Perdue, Alberta “Sam” ................................. 135
Pesta, Pat and Becky ...................................... 13
Pierce, Ruth ................................................ 143
Pilat, Mary ................................................... 116
Pistiolas, Maria ........................................ 47
Placko, Tina .................................................. 33
Polinko, Lesley M. ..................................... 178
Puruczky, Sharon ...................................... 177
Rawlins, Glen ........................................... 192
Read, Barbara .......................................... 66
Reckeart, Barbara ........................................ 52
Reiser, Andrea ........................................... 170
Remner, Shelly ............................................. 118
Rice, Janet ................................................ 138
Richnafsky, Pam ................................................. 9
Rogowski, Malgorzata ................................ 16
Runion, Ashley ........................................ 149
Rupp, Chad and Erin ...................................... 3
Rush, Chris ............................................... 112
Russell, Deborah A. .................................... 110
Salinsky, Donna ......................................... 144
Salter, Diane ................................................. 61
Saltsman, Beth ........................................ 175
Sanders, Mary Ann ........................................ 4
Schmidt, Hans ............................................ 119
Schomburg, Lou and Vivian ......................... 162
Schulte, Mary ............................................ 134
Schultz, Lisa ............................................ 197
Setinsek, Nancy ............................................ 65
Severs, Dave and Missy ................................ 200
Sheakley, Joyce ......................................... 62
Short, Alice ........................................... 180
Sizov, Aleksandr and Vera ....................... 187
Smith, Gene and Debbie ................................ 122
Smith, Julie .............................................. 161
Smith, Marcie .............................................. 38
Smith, Marilyn and Mike ................................ 156
Smith, Sue .................................................... 32
Smoley, Dawn ............................................... 36
Spadaford, Joe and Lisa ................................... 96
Spohn, Carole Joe and Joseph ................ 146
Sponseller, Janet ...................................... 138
Sprigg, Charlie and Sheila ................................. 6
Sullivan, William and Rebecca ...................... 155
Swimline, Bonnie ...................................... 140
Tafe, Mike ...................................................... 98
Tait, Kim ......................................................... 24
Tait, Teresa .................................................. 206
Tancer, Mary ............................................... 153
Tarasiewicz, Simon & Joy ........................... 105
Tepley, Kathy ................................................ 52
Tomasacci, Karen and Randy ...................... 201
Toth, Julie ................................................... 197
Tracy, Lisa .................................................. 164
Tucker, Alane ........................................... 186
Ung, Sean ................................................... 107
Vaughan, Ken and Susan ................................ 89
Vaughan, Melanie ...................................... 11
Vlasic, Bill ....................................................... 1
Vosler, Tom ................................................... 95
Wagoner, Duke and Laurel ............................. 142
Watkins, Kathryn Blystone .............................. 72
Watson, Diane ............................................. 117
Waxenfelter, Jane P. ...................................... 19
Wiery, Christine A. ...................................... 147
Williams, Greg ............................................... 60
Wilson, Cynthia .......................................... 198
Witherell, Jill ............................................ 198
Zimmerman, Pam ......................................... 40
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Bill Vlasic - Vlasic Glass - Glass Sculptures
Terri Neil - Artemis Botanicals - Handmade Soaps and Body Care Products
Chad and Erin Rupp - Hand Me A Glass - Handpainted Wine Glassware
Mary Ann Sanders - TRIMMERS - Personalized Wooden Christmas Ornaments
Stephanie Geyer - Little Chickies’ Hair Clippies - Hairclippies,
Headbands, Hats, Embroidered Shirts
Charlie and Sheila Sprigg - Feather Your Nest - Household and
Personal Items Made from Silver 60+ Years Old
Merry Ellen Hemphill - Scrolling Along - Scroll Sawn Wood,
Ornaments, Crosses and Puzzles
Paula and Andy Butcher - Turkey Creek Crafts - Beaded Painted
Leather Walking Sticks
Sara Berei and Pam Richnafsky - The Pipberry Co-Op - Country,
Primitive Collectibles - Fabric and Wood
Mimi Exler and Darlene Kalimon - Adar and Mimi - Tutus Children’s Accessories
Melanie Vaughan - Ribbon Bridal - Handmade Pearl Jewelry
Selena Duits - Sarah Elizabeth & Emily Jo Collection - HandStitched, Heart-Warming Primitive Samplers
Pat and Becky Pesta - Pesta’s Country Store - ClothingWreaths, Shaker Boxes and Textiles
Melissa Lileas - The Primitive Heart - Primitive Woodcrafts-Santas,
Signs and Snowmen - Ohio State
Charles Gilbert - The Old Oak Tree - Wood
Malgorzata Rogowski - Baltic Amber - Handmade Baltic Amber Jewelry
Frank M. Hnat - Frank Hnat Wildbird Art - Wildbird Art
Barb Cyprowski - Country Confections Candies - Gourmet ApplesPretzels-Marshmallows-etc.
Jane P. Waxenfelter - J.P.W. Pottery - Wheel-Thrown Pottery Unique Glazes
Dorothy, Jill, Larry and Debbie McCord - Timbered Treasures Barnwood Birdhouses with Vintage Decoration
Victoria and Todd Bray - St. Johnsbury Candles - Scented All
Natural Soy Candles-Melts-Votives and Gift Sets
Heidi Baughman and Connie Gaver - Homespun At Heart Primitive and Country Dolls - Everyday and Holiday
Todd Liedel - Rock-n-Chair Forge - Blacksmith
Kim Tait - Tait Farm Foods - Farm-Made Specialty Foods
Doreen and Clint Campbell - Campbells Country Crafts Country Wood Decorative/Primitive Style
Sheila Cestaric - Antique Roof Top Slate - Handpainted Slate
Katie Camarro - Sundaes Best Hot Fudge - Premium, Handcrafted
Hot Fudge Sauce
Mike and Patti Forman - Christmas Pen - Personalized Wood
Christmas Ornaments
Brenda Demass - Earthen Vessels Pottery - Wheel-Thrown and
Handbuilt Stoneware Functional Pottery
David Coury - Erie Blown Glass - Hand Blown Glass
Debora Foote - Debbie’s Recipe Towels - Embroidered Recipe
Towels, Hot Pads, Mugmats, Aprons and More
Sue Smith - A Little Bit of Spice - Spice Wreaths
Tina Placko and Melissa Hunter - Six Cats Two Hooks - Upcycled
Wood/Felted Products
E. Gregg and Deb Kristophel - Riverwood Trading Wooden Utensils
Trudy Martin - Martin’s Feather Art - Handpainted Turkey Feathers
and Birch Bark
Dawn Smoley - Jewelry for You - Personalized Jewelry
Priscilla Crowgey - Woodhaven Signs - Hand Sculpted Wood Signs
Karla Armstrong and Marcie Smith - Out of Our Gourds Painted, Carved and Decorated Gourds
Carol Hefner - C&D Design - Women’s Appliquéd and Embroidered
Apparel
Pam Zimmerman - The Sassy Sparrow - Designed Handmade Bags,
Totes, Accessories Using Reproduction Fabric
Carolyn Gausa - Gausa’s Celestial Creations - Handpainted
Women’s Clothing
Lina El-Richani - McCotti Inc. - Bakery-Softer Biscotti and Scones
Susan Hamilton - Sculpey Designs - Polymer Clay
Francesca Muscari - The Last Tango - Paper Art-Crowns, Hats,
Wall Hangings, Cards
Lila McRainey - Lizone’s--Jewelry With An Attitude - Upcycled
Collage Jewelry
Roberta High - Decorative Woodcrafts
Maria Pistiolas - Little Friends Cloth Dolls - Cloth Dolls, Bears
and Accessories
Pat and Ron Boswell - Boswell’s Beanery - Gourmet Food Products
Chuck and Karen Gorby - The Sunflower Seed - Seasonal Wood Crafts
Anna Fleckenstein - Little Creek Candles - Gel Candles-Refillable
Don Mars - Don Mars Originals - Handmade Wooden Professional
and Sport Characters (Little People)
Kathy Tepley and Barbara Reckart - Creative Sampler - Decorative
Painting on Functional and Decorative Items & Upcycling
Green Area (104-121)
53. Debra Knox - Debras Definition - Country Primitive Papier-Mâché
Sculpture
54. Eeron Dellosa - Goodies Chocolatier - Gourmet Fudge, Belgian
Chocolate
55. Lori Chandler - Ashgrove Soaps & Sundries LLC - Handcrafted
Cold Processed Soaps - Bath Teas and Beeswax Ornaments
56. Ann Cox - Cassidy Girl Collection - Quilted Travel Bags and Totes
57. Dan Dunleavy - Custom Garden Rocks - Whiskey Rocks
58. John Boyett - Canton Glass Works - Blown Glass
59. Gina Marie Chalfant - White Swan Illuminations - Pottery and
Jewelry
60. Greg Williams - Cooke Tavern Soups - Hand Packaged Gourmet
Dried Soup Mixes
Orange Area (61-79)
61. Diane Salter - Keepsakes by Diane - Decorative Painting-Collage
Boxes and Floral Accents
62. Ruth McCafferty and Joyce Sheakley - Sew Many Snowmen Unique Hand-Sewn Snowmen and Santas
63. Michael Grau - Tazza Glass - Blown Glass
64. Deborah Meyers and Annette Newborn - MyNu Creations Microwaveable Muff and Accessories
65. Nancy Setinsek - Doll Clothes Depot - Handmade 18”
Doll Clothes and Accessories for American Girl Dolls
66. Barbara Read & Nancy Hilton - The Glass House - Recycled
Handmade Felted Woolen Goods
67. Elaine Cox - Flurry Friends - Handmade Snowmen
68. Toni E. Murray - M & M Pottery - Clay Functional and Garden Pieces
69. Ernest and Eileen Brown - Brown’s Leathercraft - Handmade
Leather Purses, Belts, Wallets, etc.
70. Dorrin Mace - Pine Knoll Clock Works - Hadcrafted Time Pieces
71. Linda Ann Marie Bertanzetti - L.A.M.B. Handwoven Rugs
Handwoven Rugs, Runners and Fiber Related Items
72. Kathryn Blystone Watkins - Log Cabin Stories - Author of Children’s
Books - Storytelling in the Schoolhouse
73. Lynda Hannah - From Hannah’s Heart - Holiday Floral Designs
74. Darlene and Lee Davis - D & L Crafts LLC - Personalized Children’s Crafts
75. Gary Gamble - Gary’s Garden Décor - Metal Crafts for Garden and Home
76. Eeron Dellosa - Fudge-A-Little - Homemade Fudge and Candied
Pecans
77. Karen L. Baldwin - Karen’s Krafts - Bears-Santas-Angels-Snowmen
and Sleds
78. Cheryl Bier - Mama Made Them Toys - Wooden Toys Trucks, Cars,
Animals and Games
79. Valerie Jones - Just Country - Primitive Snowmen-Santas-Country
Wood Boxes
Brown Area (80-103)
80. Angela Love - Caricature Artist
81. Alan Fisk - The Silver Stone - Channel Inlay Jewelry
82. Ken Davis - Davis & Davis Gourmet Foods - Gourmet Packaged
Food Products
83. Denise Heckel - Studio D - Pottery and Clay Jewelry
84. Bob Bellamy - Windridge - Dulcimer Music
85. Michael Fecca - Images Carved onto Basswood or Birch
86. Delores and Romona Bordelon - Crocheting Grandmother Hand Crocheted Hats, Scarves, Earwarmers, Flowers, Shawls
87. Rob Liptak - Rob Liptak Art - Carved Wood
88. Sandy Barnard - Creative Clay Collectables - Ceramics
89. Ken and Susan Vaughan - Custom Made Sportswear - Deerskin
Leather Coats-Vests-Gloves-Handbags-Cowhide Belts, Holsters and
Sheepskin Hats
90. Benjamin Canan - Scraps n’at - Furniture and Decorative Items
with Recycled Wood
91. Karl Beck - KRB Design - Stone Birdhouses-Butterfly Houses and
Stone Planters
92. Cynthia Bukovac - My Junque Shoppe - Trash to Treasure
93. Michael Pappa - MP Pinecone Designs - Pinecone WreathsGarlands-Birdhouses-Swags and Candles
94. Patrice A. Brown - Apple Tree Mercantile - Wool Folk Art Designs and Pillows
95. Tom Vosler - Vosler Custom Made Knives - Custom Knives
96. Joe and Lisa Spadaford - Bullet Jewelry Designs - Handmade
Bullet Jewelry
97. Linda Betlee and Louise Mazanek - Kraft Korner - Painted Wood
Ornaments, Recycled Painted Windows
98. Mike Tafe - Hartlynne Primitives - Primitive Wood Furniture
99. Phillip K. Chapman - Berries in the Meadow - Folk Art/Whimsey
100. Sondra Gonzales - Christopher’s Rainbow - Christmas Ornaments,
Stars, Wooden Gifts
101. Betty Boyd - Betty’s Bears and Vests - Teddy Bears, Women’s Clothes
102. Bill Lehn - Headlines Galore - Handprinted Novelty Newspapers and Frames
103. Sara Murphy - Crow Hollows - Primitive Woodcrafts and Décor
104. Clydine Griffith - Days Gone By - Primitive Cloth with Antiques
105. Simon & Joy Tarasiewicz - The Toy Tree - Handcrafted Hardwood
Puzzles and Toys
106. Robert B. Garrett - Innovation in Wood - Woodturner
107. Sean Ung - Splendid Nature - One of a Kind Functional Wood/Slate Art
108. Susie Lowder - Budding Arts - Original Multi Media Paintings
109. Dee and Walker Coffman - Aspen Meadow Angels - Handsculpted
Wire Angels
110. Deborah A. Russell - Unique Bottle Serving Trays - Glass Melted Bottles
111. Brian Brenner - Insect Creations - Framed Real Insects in Custom
Wood Shadowboxes
112. Chris Rush - Chris Rush Designer Notes - Notecards With Tatted Lace
113. Marcy Bates - Recycled Reads - Book Arts
114. Chaz Letzkus - Chazmania - Pen and Ink Hidden Animal Drawings
115. Tracy Lee Hoagland - Claytyme - Clay Ornaments and Figures
116. Mary Pilat - The Shabby Chic Boutique - Florals and Handpainted
Home Décor
117. Diane Watson - Sweet Heart Suri Alpacas - Alpaca Clothing and Home
Décor
118. Shelly Remner - Mimi’s Vintage Floral - Floral Design and Home Décor
119. HansSchmidt - Pemberton Candies, Inc. - English Toffee and Other
Homemade Candies
120. Catherine and Steve Hopke - North Pole Shelf Elf - Airbrushed
Shelf Elves and Elf Ornaments
121. Richard and Deb Larimore - Silverware Creations - Silverware Art
Yellow Area (122-152)
122. Gene and Debbie Smith - Sandstone Secrets - Concrete Garden
Sculptures
123. Walter Dolata - W.D. Studio - Wood Carvings
124. Mari Jane Loper - Creative Outlooks - Stained Glass
125. Joann and Carl Brown - The Original Strudel Factory - Apple,
Cherry, Cheese and Pumpkin Strudel, Chocolate Chunk Cookies and
Cinnamon Sticks
126. Carol Doyle - Carol’s Brush - Tole Painting on Wood and Tin
127. Maureen Kandray - Tatted Heirlooms and Common Scents Tatted Jewelry/Notes, Potpourri, Soaps and Sundries
128. Rich and Jean Nixon - Augres Sheep Factory - Designs in Natural
Fibers Wool, Sheepskin and Alpaca
129. Merlin and Cheryl Oldham - New Salem Stoneware - Wheel
Thrown/Handbuilt Pottery
130. Carol Hill - Darlington Creek Mercantile - Primitive Handpainted Wood
Gate B - The Garden Stage - Entertainment
131. Richard Clagg - R & R Custom Cabinetry Ltd. - Shaker Oval Boxes
132. Louise Nowicki - Morning Song Gardens - Ohio Beeswax Soap,
Creams and Beeswax Candles
133. Jeanne Kearns - Maude & Hops Attic - Primitive Dolls
134. Mary Schulte - The Shephards Harvest - Recycled, Wool Treasures
135. Alberta “Sam” Perdue - Handcrafted Heirlooms - Fabric Holiday
and Winter Decorations and Gifts
136. Sandy and Jack Carroll - Sew Business - Clothing for Girls & Dolls
137. Betty Kerner - Gatherings - Primitive-Country Folk Art Items
for the Home
138. Janet Rice and Jean Sponseller - Keepsake Teddies - Handmade
Collectable Teddy Bears
139. Sharon Heiser - Annadele Alpacas - Alpaca Hand Dyed Yarn and
Garments
140. Bonnie Swimline - Just Browsing - Potpourri & Candles
141. Pam DeWind - Pam’s Fabrications - Hand-Sewn Home Décor and
Accessories
142. Dwain Wagoner - Down Home Leather - Handcrafted Leather
143. Ruth Pierce - Ruth Pierce - Pincushions and Penny Rugs
144. Donna Salinsky - McKenzie’s Korner - Primitives
145. Michele Burick - Cabin Fever - Soft Sculpture Moose-SnowmenDeer-Fox-Sheep
146. Carole and Joseph Spohn - Leaded Glass Design, Inc. - Stained,
Leaded, Etched, Fused and Beveled Glass
147. Christine A. Wiery - Knitted Treasures - Hand Knit Hats, Scarves
and Sweaters
148. Nancy Capuano - The Tole Booth - Hand Painted Antiques and
Collectibles
149. Ashley Runion - Firefly Creek - Handcrafted Artisan Candles and
Scents
150. Anne McKinney - Circle of Friends - Repurposed Textiles for
Homegoods and Seasonal Décor
151. Laura Mastandrea - Lou’s Glass - Slumped and Fused Glass Art
and Jewelry
152. Delaine Gerstbauer - Delaine Gerstbauer-Carver - Woodcarving
and Stonecarving
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Purple Area (153-197)
153. Jo McDevitt and Mary Tancer - The Paintin’ Parlor & M.T.’s
Painting Studio - Decorative Art and Accessories-Handpainted
Wares Florals and Fun Stuff
154. Lynda Leciejewski - Kate & Bud’s Closet - Handpainted Clothing/
Accessories, Knit Pieces
155. William and Rebecca Sullivan - Sullivan’s Doll Furniture Handcrafted Doll Furniture and Clothes
156. Marilyn and Mike Smith - Winterwood Crafts - Seasonal Painted
Wood
157. Linda Heistand - Heistand Slates and Saws - Oil Painting
on Roof Slate, Saws, Canvas and Ironing Boards
158. Ron Morrone - Ron and Frank’s - Handmade Hot Chocolate,
Cappuccino and Chai Mizes
159. Micah Hilty - Crafty Rafters - Primitives-Snowmen-Light Boxes
160. Kevin Dennis - Dennis Farms - Pure Maple Syrup Products
161. Julie Smith - Bone Appetite Barkery - Handmade Gourmet Dog
Treats and Gifts
162. Lou and Vivian Schomburg - Accent On Primitives - Wooden,
Painted Distressed Primitive Reproductions-Furniture and
Accessories
163. Georgiana Murphy - Country Dolls-Santas-Angels-Snowmen and
Gingerbread People
164. Lisa Tracy - Clara’s Collars - Handmade Dog and Cat Collars,
Harnesses and Leashes
165. Lynn Merkle and Marilyn Hasenpusch - The Garden Gate - Dried
and Silk Florals
166. Helen Mullins - Our Ceramic House - Seasonal CeramicsChristmas
167. Kristi Kirk - Signs and Wonders - Signs
168. Jeffrey Berta - Always Summer Herbs LLC - Honey-Tea-HerbsWax, Pollen Teapots Accessories
169. Joy and Zach Ingram - Brown Bear Pottery - Functional Stoneware
170. Andrea Reiser - Pastries by Andrea - Homemade Pastries
171. Grace McCracken - The Wandering Muse - Charcoal Drawings
172. Daniel Lorigan - JoDan Santa Plates - Hand Carved Wooden Plates
173. Jeannie John - Aggies Attic - Recycled Jewelry, Scrabble Tiles,
Dominoes and Typewriter Keys
174. Karen Henzler - Dave’s - Handpainted Slate Ornaments
175. Beth Saltsman - Quilts By Beth - Hand-Quilted Quilts, Table
Runners, Tree Skirts and Quilted Ornaments
176. Michael Jaeb - Simple Products - Artisan Foods
177. Sharon Puruczky - Elegant Jewelry Designs - Sterling and Gem
Jewelry, Swarski and Leather
178. Lesley M. Polinko - Les Polinko Studio - Original Sculpture and
Fantasy Characters
179. Robert Hayes - Bates & Hayes Concessions - Soft PretzelsPepperoni Rolls-Lemonade-Strawberry Lemonade-Canned SodaWater-Hot Cocoa, Coffee and Tea
180. AliceShort - Alice’s Santa Shoppe - Santas for Every Décor
181. Anthony and Cecilia Cox - The Burlap Factory - Burlap Door
Hangers, Christmas Tree Skirts and Stockings
182. Renee Morris - B’Dazzle! - Paper and Fabric Jewelry
183. Susan Kelleghan and Bill Miller - Dreamstrokes Art - 2D Art
(Photography and Painting to Create 3D Piece of Art)
184. Marina Grant - The Wooden Hen - Primitive Painted Folk Art
185. David W. Bordine - Classic Glass - Stained Glass
186. Alane Tucker - Heirloom Santas - One-of-a-Kind Heirloom Santas
187. Aleksandr and Vera Sizov - Sizov Copper Art - Copper Repoussé
Wall Art and Handcrafted Tri-Metal Jewelry
188. Allan and Nora Johnson - Herbs For Healthful Living - Herbal
Soaps, Salves, Balms, Dips and Culinary Blends
189. Sharon Gardner - Gardner’s Glass Garden - Outdoor Yard Art
Repurposed Glass Flowers and Hummingbird Feeders
190. Dan Harris - Wood-N-Wire - Wooden Signs
191. Bobby Hutchison - Pine Hill Originals - Olde World and Folk Art
Santas and Snowmen
192. Glen Rawlins - Gold Designs by Glen - Gold and Silver Handmade
Wire Bracelets
193. Ken and Sue Barton - Sue Barton Calligraphy - Fibre Art and
Calligraphy
194. Mallon Moye - MJ Moye Custom Wood Burning - Personalized
Wood-Burned Ornaments
195. Mary Jane and Ken Cramer - MJ Inspirations - Handpainted
Glassware
196. Richard Denchfield - Olde Tradition Spice, Inc. - Edible Birdhouses
197. Julie Toth and Lisa Schultz - Dazzled Doors & Décor - Wreaths,
Swags and Garland
Red Area (198-209)
198. Cynthia Wilson and Jill Witherell - Sheepskin Shop - Sheepskin,
Fleece and Wool Items
199. Dean and Gloria Barkley - Michigan Made Metal - Handmade Metal
Yard and Garden Art
200. Dave and Missy Severs - Chestnut Hill Candle Company - Hand
Poured Soy Candles
201. Karen and Randy Tomasacci - Natures Kanvas - Handpainted
Wood Santas on Bark Roots and Slabs
202. Beryl Croft - The Sutersville Sewing Co. - Appliquéd Ladies Clothing
203. Judy Slaina Eddy - Main Street Originals - Folk Art/Gracie
Collection/Seasonal
204. Indre, Linda and Guoda Lukus - Hair Wear Originals - Hair
Combs, Hair Spira;s and Hair Lacers
205. Nicolette Nuwer - Crafts By Nicki - Seasonal Fabric Decorations
206. Teresa Tait - Splash of Elegance - Handcarved Designs on
Ceramicware
207. Laurie J. Anderson - Artistic Designs by Laurie - Framed
Watercolors, Painted Ceramic Tiles, Prints and Note Cards
208. Sandy Hoerig - Country at Heart - Primitive Dolls and Seasonal Folkart
209. Karen Mosholder - Bumbleberry Farms LLC - Honey Cream
Spreads Crafted by Bees and By My Hands
Over 20 Food Booths to Satisfy Any Appetite!
Concession Food Area A
• French Creek Peanut Co.: Pork Sandwiches - Pork Patties Sausage & Peppers - BBQ Baked Potatoes - Fruit Drink - Coffee Hot Chocolate - Apple Cider - Peanuts
• Mama Jeans Kitchen: Hamburgers - Cheeseburgers - Hot Dogs Chili Dogs - Kraut Dogs - Mama Jean’s Beef Stew - Potato Chips Bottled Water - Hot Chocolate - Pop
• Philly’s All American Cheese Steak: Philly Cheese Steak (Steak or
Chicken) - Fresh Cut Fries - Wedding Soup - Steak or Chicken Salad Bottled Water - Canned Pop
• Tommy’s Jerky: Pre-Packaged Beef Jerky - Pre-Packaged Beef Smokies
• Inn Town: Beef or Chicken Fajita - Baked Potatoes w/Toppings Sweet Potatoes - Chili - Fajita Rice Bowl - Tacos - Nachos - Coffee
Fresh Fruit Drinks - Hot Chocolate - Tea • Apple Cider
• Peace Valley Bakery: Reuben Sandwich - Shredded BBQ Chicken
Sandwich Pepperoni Rolls - BBQ Chicken Parfait - Roast Beef Parfait Open Face Roast Beef Sandwich - Haluski (Fried Cabbage & Noodles) Apple Dumplings - Apple Dumplings w/Ice Cream - Assorted Mini Pies Assorted Cookies - Gingerbread Cookies - Hot Chocolate - Hot Coffee Cider - Pop - Water
• Shaker Beef House: Rib-Eye Sandwich - Grilled Chicken Sandwich
Potato Salad - Ham Sandwich - Pop - Bottled Water
• Taco Ensalada: Taco Salad - Taco in a Bag - Nachos and Cheese Nachos Grande - Cinnamon Roll - Hot Cider - Water - Pop - Hot Tea Hot Chocolate
Concession Food Area B
• Guys Sweet Shoppe - Apple Dumplings - Ice Cream - Turtle Cakes
Assorted Cookies - Ho Ho Cakes - Turnovers - Christmas Cookies
Root Beer Floats - Pop - Small Pies
• Friends of Acacia - Sausage, Peppers & Onions Sandwich Corn Dogs - Hot Dogs - Vegetarian Sandwich - Hot Chocolate Coffee - Tea - Cider - Pop - Water
• Brother Benjamin’s Beans - Bean Soup - Corn Bread - Meatball Sandwich Fried Bologna Sandwiches - Pickle on a Stick Coffee - Pop
• B & B Shaker Foods - Hot Turkey Sandwich - BBQ Ham Sandwich Fresh Cut French Fries - Fries w/Cheese - Cinnamon Roll Sundae Bottled Water - Pop - Sweet Tea
• Tom & Loretta’s Concessions - Tall Texan Sandwich with Choice of 1/2 lb.
Char Grilled Angus Sirloin Burger, Boneless Chicken Breast or Sauteed
Portabella Mushrooms, Served with Grilled Onions, Sweet Peppers,
American Cheese and Spaghetti Sauce - Italian Texan with 1/2 lb. Fresh
Italian Sausage - Hot Ham & Cheese on Texas Toast - Hot Dogs - Grilled
Cheese - Fresh Cut Potato Chips
Concession Food Area C
• Shaker Kitchen & Colonial Coffee: Breakfast Platter (Eggs, Potato,
Bacon, Sausage, Juice) - Breakfast Sandwich - Gyro - Meatball
Sandwich - Chicken Fingers - Chicken Fingers/Fries Combo - Chicken
Parm. Sandwich - Hot Buffalo Fingers - Hot Beef Sandwich Pizza Slice - Wedding Soup - French Fries - Cheese Fries - Chili
Cheese Fries - Sweet Potato Fries - Coffee - Hot or Cold Tea Cappuccino - Hot Chocolate - Pop - Iced or Hot Chai Tea - Iced Coffee
Water
• J&R’s Kitchen: Chicken Pita - Philly Steak - Taco Salad
Grilled Chicken Salad - Fried Bologna Sandwich w/Cheese Hamburger - Cheeseburger - Hot Dog - Chili Dog - Taco in a Bag Chicken Noodle Soup - Bread Bowl/Broccoli Soup - Pancakes &
Sausage - Nachos and Cheese - Deluxe Nachos - Nachos Grande Biscuits & Gravy - Pumpkin Pie - Pop - Coffee - Hot Tea - Hot Cider Bottled Water - Sweet Tea
• Snack Shack: Dried Fruits - Candy - Trail Mixes - Nuts - Sodas (Birch
Beer - Diet Birch Beer - Black Cherry) - Water
• Shaker Wing House: Jumbo Wings - Fresh Cut Potato Chips Zucchini Fries - BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich - BBQ Pulled Chicken
Sandwich - BBQ Pulled Pork & Chicken Parfaits - Fried Portabella
Mushrooms - Mozzarella Cheese Sticks - Corn Dogs - Beef Vegetable
Soup - Fresh Squeezed Lemon Shakes
• Brother Jon’s: Sausage Sandwich - Kielbasi Sandwich • Pierogis Haluski - Soft Pretzel - Iced Tea - Bottled Water
• Granny’s Fruit Cobbler: Red Raspberry/Peach/Blackberry Fruit
Cobbler w/Ice Cream - Buckeye Blast - Gingerbread w/Ice Cream or
Raspberry Sauce - Pumpkin Delight w/Ice Cream - Strawberry
Shortcake w/Ice Cream - Apple Crisp w/ Ice Cream & Caramel Variety of Sundaes
• Popcorn Man: Kettle Corn - Hand-Battered Chicken Tenderloins Chicken & Waffles - Fried Pickles - Apple Cider Donuts - Cider Dunkin Donuts Coffee - Water
• Weingarters Old Fashioned Sodas & Ciders: Nine Flavors of Cider
by the 1/2 Gallon - Hot & Cold Ciders by the Glass - Six Old-Fashioned
Soda Flavors
• Woolson’s: IBC Rootbeer/Black Cherry/Diet - IBC Cream Soda - Fresh
Apple Fritters - Orange Crush • Hot Chocolate • Coffee • Water
• European Gourmet Almonds: Roasted Almonds - Cashews - Pecans Chocolate Turtles - Peanut Brittle
Need Help Finding a Crafter?
Stop at our Information Center
located between Gates B & C.
(along the fence)
OLD-FASHIONED Christmas IN THE WOODS 15
Come See Us at
Booth #39!
C&D Design
T-Shirts • Sweatshirts • Quilted Jackets
Carol Hefner
12129 millstone lane
spencer, ohio 44275
330 648 2702
sewprimdesign.com
email: [email protected]
Booth #132
Dorrin Mace
IT’S MORE
THAN A JOB ,
IT’S A CALLING
I
t is a beautiful day in rural Western
Pennsylvania. As you stop at our
antique farmhouse along Route 58
one can hear the call of Westminster
Chimes followed by the melodious
sounds of hymns playing on the
carillon that is located in our shop.
It is 10am and time for PINE KNOLL
CLOCK WORKS to open the doors
and greet the customers. Dorrin
Mace is the owner, the head designer
and constructor of every unique
piece.
In
1969
Dorrin’s
maternal
grandfather passed on and the
estate was going up for auction.
This property had been in the family
of Dorrin’s mother since it was
acquired by the family shortly after
the revolutionary war. Each building
full of cast off pieces from the main
house; one held a vast array of clocks.
Dorrin was hooked once he saw this
wonderland of nonfunctioning time
pieces. Building his first clock in
1969 (a crude piece of pine, cork, and
other cast offs), Dorrin subsequently
began in earnest learning about
clock repairs.
Pouring through
repair texts, taking correspondence
courses, online courses, and finally
completing his course work with
the British Horologic Society, Dorrin
never stops the quest for knowledge.
A true horologist ( and Dorrin is a true
horologist) has an understanding
of engineering, metallurgy, classical
design, a respect for history and
a desire to complete a repair as
sympathetically and correctly as
possible. One never wants to alter
the original fabric of the piece, just
correct and repair the errors of the
past and the ravages of time.
Pine Knoll Clock Shop opened 20
some years ago concentrating on
repairing and restoration of clocks
as well as selling new, vintage, and
antique time pieces. Dorrin had
wanted to begin making a line of
clocks but was so busy with the
repair business the time didn’t seem
right. Having customers shipping
in clocks from around the United
States and internationally, restoring
cherished time pieces for families
and many historic pieces from the
old Jos. Hornes Department Store
in, Pittsburgh, PA, The University of
Pittsburgh, Slippery Rock University,
Historic Harmony, PA and many
more, time just never allotted itself to
the opening of a new business.
Continued on page 17
Inside Gate B - Booth #130
Many New Designs
for Primitive Living.
Country Primitive
Wood Crafts Designed
and Painted by
Carol & John Hill
• Outhouses
• Football Wreaths
• Slab Snowmen
• Slab Penguins
• Moose Bear
• Santa’s
John & Carol Hill • Box 212 • Darlington, PA 16115
237 2nd Street • Darlington, PA 16115 • 724-827-2000
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Garden Metal Décor
Booth #64
Booth #75
Gary Gamble
605 State Street
Conneaut Lake, PA 16316
814-382-5066
Unique Bottle Serving Trays
Booth #32
Booth #110
Our spice wreaths are made
with the finest whole spices,
including nutmeg, chili
peppers, star anise, stick
cinnamon and ginger root.
Recycling At Its Best!
Deborah Russell
Owner/Decorating Specialist
(H) 330-364-5807
(C) 330-204-0570
It smells nice, too!
Performing: October 17 at the Simple Gifts Stage
HANDCRAFTED BY
2203 Dessecker Drive NE
Dover, OH 44622
Also find us on Facebook!
Sue Smith
(734) 502-5656
spicewreath.com
[email protected]
Booth #194
Booth #56
MALLON J. MOYE
Cedar Valley Cloggers
WOODBURNING ARTIST
Specializing in Hand Burned
Personalized Christmas Tree Ornaments,
Wreaths Ornaments and Gift Tags.
Three Rivers Stadium Turf Memorabilia
Roberto Clemente
See Our Demonstration!
T
he Cedar Valley Cloggers from Wooster Ohio
is an organization fostering the preservation
of traditional Appalachian clogging. Traditional old
time fiddle music and old time costumes are used
for performances. The group started dancing in the
late 1970’s, performing precision dances as well
as figure dances. They have performed in Austria,
Hawaii, Disney World in Florida and also Tennessee,
Kentucky, Washington, D.C. and throughout Ohio.
They also perform in nursing homes, schools,
festivals and fairs.
(724) 846-6468
Booth #81
Booth #170
Booth #157
Heistand Slates
Distinctive Oil Painting on antique roof slate.
LINDA HEISTAND
126 Marlene Rd. • Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 846-1450
Handmade #98
Primitive Furniture
Booth
Booth #208
•
•
•
•
•
M ADE I N A M
Hutches
Tables
Jelly Cupboards
Dry Sinks
Armoires
• Entertainment
Centers
• Shelves
• Corner Cupboards
• Benches
Heartlynne Primitive
ERICA
330 - 257 - 4551
Mike Tafe • Delivery available
Celebrating 27 Years of Creating
Fun Clothes with Kids in Mind!
Booth #154
Stop by for a visit at
Select from a large assortment
of coordinating clothing and
accessories for newborn, infant,
toddler and youth!
Like us on Facebook at
Kate & Bud’s Closet
[email protected]
OLD-FASHIONED Christmas IN THE WOODS 17
Dorrin Mace continued from page 15
Changes took place a few years ago;
Dorrin made the decision to charge on with
opening PINE KNOLL CLOCK WORKS
and decided the company should build
clocks from as much recycled, up cycled
and repurposed materials as possible.
ALL of the wood on the cases of the
clocks is recycled/repurposed. The tin
pieces are either damaged pieces from
manufactures or salvaged from antique
buildings. The accent knobs as well
as the hour markers are all repurposed
items.
The designs of all pieces are
dependent upon what is available; each
item is a unique work of art; all though
some will be similar, no two will be alike.
The arts and crafts style floor and mantle
clocks are inspired by originals that have
come into the repair shop for restoration.
The wooden works clocks are inspired
by 14th century originals Dorrin took
measurements from and reproduced. The
up cycled line features tin accent pieces
as well as vintage furniture hardware and
many other found objects. Dorrin has
a true passion for his clock making and
enjoys every new venture. Always on
the lookout for unique items to craft into
clocks, Dorrin transforms vintage china
plates, antique 78rpm records, even traffic
light lenses, window sashes, and old
shutters into useful time keepers.
“I thoroughly enjoy my chosen path and
feel it is more than a job, it is a calling. I come in contact with so many
wonderful customers that become friends and I affect so many lives with the
clock restoration and clock building that I cannot see myself ever retiring. I
will slow down I am sure, but never retire.” ~Dorrin Mace
Please stop and visit us on your trip to CHRISTMAS IN THE WOODS or
see us in cyber space at www.pineknollclockworks.com ; www.pineknollclock.
com ; read my blog www.pineknollclockshop.blogspot.com ; or follow us on
Facebook. I look forward to meeting you! Visit me in booth 70.
BumbleBerry Farms
Booth 209
Booth #146
Stained Glass for Your
Home or Business
#81
• Custom Designs
• Windows
• Doors & Sidelights • Lamps
• Cabinets
• Valances
Leaded Glass Design
Cuyahoga Falls
1755 State Road • Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
Wadsworth
2942 Medina Line • Wadsworth, OH 44281
330-929-4514
330-336-5103
www.leadedglassdesign.com
Woodhaven
Booth #37
New Designs for 2015!
Booth
#37
I would like to extend to you an invitation to join us at the 2015 Christmas
in the Woods Festival. My products are unique in the Arts and Craft business
because I feature wood products each incorporating Hand Sculpted artwork.
My pieces are all original designs that utilize a marble sculpting compound,
hand detailing and time intensive antiquing process, which in turn gives them
a very rich, old world appearance.
As an added benefit to all of my customers, I finish all the pieces for either
indoor or outdoor display and actively copyright each one to assure you that
you will not find anything like them anywhere else. Please stop by for our
regular demonstrations and experience works of art that are pleasing to
behold and a joy to own and collect. Thank You
Pesta’s Country Store
Booth
#13
“Holiday Season Specialists” Enjoy
with new Christmas Designs 20% Off!
Open House: Nov. 27-29
Open Sunday 10 am.-4 p.m. on Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13 & 20
300 Standard Avenue
Mingo Junction, OH 43938
(740) 535-1873
Stop By
and See
What’s New!
pestascountry.com
[email protected]
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9-5
Search: Pestas Country Store
Booth
178
18 OLD-FASHIONED Christmas IN THE WOODS
Booth #22
Booth #165
Homespun
at Heart
The Garden Gate
Dried Florals & Custom Designs
Country and Primitive
Wood and Fabric Creations
Marilyn, Lynn & Pete
51 N. Main Street
Angola, New York 14006
(716) 549-3382
Connie Gaver Heidi Baughman
330-938-6462 330-257-9467
Booth #162
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Rob Liptak,
Woodcarver
Bob Bellamy
www.RobLiptakArt.com
[email protected]
Performing: All Four Days in Booth #84
Booth No. 87
Ashgrove Shoppe
B
Booth #55
Booth #61
Soaps, Sundries, and Beeswax Ornaments
Refreshingly Clean & Naturally Good
Unique scented and naturally unscented soaps
Gift Baskets containing hand-crafted soap dishes,
crochet washcloths, bath teas and more
• Over 60 holiday and year-round motifs
Lori Chandler • 230 Monks Rd, Valencia, PA 16059 • 724 352 3220
•
•
[email protected] • AshgroveSoaps.com
Booth
#116
5544 Main St.
Williamsville, NY
716.634.5544
Booth
#192
ob Bellamy is a refreshingly different kind of
hammered dulcimer player. Accomplished on
the mandolin and guitar in the old time and bluegrass
world, he was smitten by the hammered dulcimer
back when they were hard to find. From his farm
in rural Ohio he became a builder by necesity and
took to the instrument naturally, developing a fluid
style uniquely his own.
Highlights of Bob’s career include annual
Christmas performances at the Biltmore Estate and
the Greenbrier Resort. As well as high profile events
held at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate
and Gardens including: General Washington’s 275th
Birthday for the Founders, Pulitzer Prize author
David McCullough, members of the European
Union sponsored by Coca Cola, the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce.
Booth
#161
Like Us!
shabbychicwny.com
florals • gifts • hand painted ornaments
hand painted furniture • home décor
Gold Designs By Glenn
glennsgold.com • [email protected]
606-780-4358
Booth #9
Booth
#164
Clara’s Collars
P.O. Box 2143
Butler, PA 16003
Lisa Tracy
Phone: 724-355-1372
[email protected]
www.clarascollars.com
Raspberry and Almond
Shortbread Thumbprints
OLD-FASHIONED Christmas IN THE WOODS 19
edible birdhouses
Birdhouses made from birdseed
Booth
#196
Booth #144
• Edible, Re-Seedable
Birdhouses
• Lasts Five Years
• Many Varieties of
Seeds to Choose From
ediblebirdhouses.com
Ingredients
• 1 cup butter, softened
• 2/3 cup white sugar
• 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
• 2 cups all-purpose flour
Booth #95
• 1/2 cup seedless raspberry jam
• 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
• 3/4 teaspoon almond extract
• 1 teaspoon milk
Booth #180
Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
2. In a medium bowl, cream together butter and white
sugar until smooth. Mix in 1/2 teaspoon almond extract.
Mix in flour until dough comes together. Roll dough into
1 1/2 inch balls, and place on ungreased cookie sheets.
Make a small hole in the center of each ball, using your
thumb and finger, and fill the hole with preserves.
Booth #127
Primitive Dolls
and Folk Art by
3. Bake for 14 to 18 minutes in preheated oven, or until
lightly browned. Let cool 1 minute on the cookie sheet.
Maria
Pistiolas
4. In a medium bowl, mix together the confectioners’
sugar, 3/4 teaspoon almond extract, and milk until smooth.
Drizzle lightly over warm cookies.
“Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign;
Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son,
and shall call his name Immanuel.
Booth #47
131 Danbury Dr.
Youngstown, OH 44512
(330) 783-0650
Booth #142
littlefriendsdolls.com
330.273.3932
[email protected]
Booth #188
- Isaiah 7:14
Advertising is
Our Craft.
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Herbal Soaps • Salves • Dips • Culinary Blends and Much More!
JOHNSON FAMILY, PROPRIETORS
PH. 814-763-2309 • herbsforhealthfulliving.net
[email protected]
Booth #153
Advertising
Ideas That Bring Results
433 State Avenue • Beaver, PA 15009
724.774.6341 • FAX 724.774.6351
mcgafficadvertising.com • [email protected]
1672 Rauch Road
East Palestine, Ohio 44413
Booth #15
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“Voted one of Ohio’s BEST Antique Malls”
Come explore over 25,000 sq. ft. of rare
and unusual, new and vintage Antiques,
Collectibles, Primitives, Glassware, Furniture,
Advertising, Toys, Eclectic Pieces, Asian
and European Collectibles, Artwork, Sports
Memorabilia, Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint,
Howard’s Re-Finish Products and an Organic
Greenhouse and Produce in season!
11734 South Ave.
North Lima, OH 44452—Rt 7 & Rt 164
“Only 4 miles north of Shaker Woods Festival”
Lynda Leciejewski continued from page 10
manufacturing
world
of the clothing and
gift business.
I have
designed and directed
the production process of
our BABY line; spending
countless hours seeing
projects through from
inception to delivery. It
has been a very busy 4
years, and honestly, an
opportunity that I feel so
blessed to have been
given. The baby line
flourishes and can be
seen in many boutique as well as large chain stores around the country!
As exciting as my career path has been, I must admit that I have missed
my passion; Kate & Bud’s Closet! The crafting trail, with all of its wonderment,
has a way of becoming a very special lifestyle. I am so excited to return to
Christmas in the Woods. While I continue on my career path, I am so excited
to make a return appearance. I hope it will be the first of many.
Welcome back to the handcrafted world of Kate & Bud’s Closet!
Each item in Kate & Bud’s Closet is lovingly hand painted, branded and
put together to tell a story. There are plenty of sizes and designs to choose
from, with special attention to detail. You will find coordinating outfits for big
and small and lots of accessories to finish the story!
There are many themed groupings that are so popular at this time of year.
Whether it is sports (and I know how everyone loves their favorite sports
team!), holiday or just a celebration of the little Princess or Buddy in your life,
my customers have made Kate & Bud’s Closet a part of their favorite things
to gift and enjoy. Your pictures and stories inspire me to raise the bar and
continue to offer unique and fun fashion with your little ones in mind.
All items are wash and wear. Your little ones will love the style and fit and
you will love how easy they are to take care of. Choose from a wide selection
of sayings such as Grandma’s Girl, Grandpa’s Little Buddy, Little Blessing,
Little Princess and Big and Little Sister and Brother…and of course, It’s All
About Football!! Pair it up with a tutu, leggings, hair bling, jeans, skirts…the
choices are endless. Your little one will be picture perfect and you will have
a one of a kind look!
Part of the experience of visiting Kate & Bud’s Closet is that when you stop
by, we think of you as family! I am delighted that my helpers are returning,
and that together we will continue to tell the story of Kate & Bud’s Closet!
Please mark you map, and come for a visit...I have watched so many of your
little ones grow, and now they have little kiddos of their own! We have lots
of new stories to share. Yes, a very rich history of love, art and friendship. I
couldn’t think of a better way to enjoy life! Visit me in booth 154.
ATTENTION CRAFTERS:
Now Accepting Applications
for 2016 Christmas in the Woods!
Contact Information:
Christmas in the Woods
433 State Avenue, Beaver, PA 15009
(724) 774-6341 or E-Mail: [email protected]
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McCARTER COACH & TOUR
‘1 5 - ’1 6
F u n
T o u r s
Footsteps of the Fords A Gilded Age Christmas Christmas in New York
October 21-23
399
$
December 3-6
629
$
per person
double
occupancy
December 4-6
$
per person
double
occupancy
Transportation; three nights lodging; eight
meals; all admissions to included attractions
and baggage handling for one bag.
Transportation; two nights lodging;
four meals and baggage handling
for one bag.
649
per person
double
occupancy
Transportation, two nights lodging
during peak season, one meal and
admission to included attractions.
Here’s a Small Sample of 2015 & 2016 McCarter Fun Tours:
.calm quartet
Strolling throughout the Woods October 17 & 18
.calm quartet (pronounced “dot calm”) is a Sweet Adeline International Barbershop
Quartet that love to share the gift of music with all they meet. The group’s members come
from both Ohio; Kay Seymour (tenor) Toledo, Ruth Bates (lead) Elyria, Pam Crugnale
(bass) Canton and Pennsylvania Margie Manuel Ambridge. The ladies of this group work
2015
• Oct. 16-17
• Nov. 4-5
• Nov. 4-6
• Nov. 20-21
• Dec. 10-13
• Dec. 13
• Dec. 19
• Dec. 20
Lancaster/“Joseph”
Belterra
Atlantic City
Christmas in Lancaster
Christmas in Nashville
Shoji Tabuchi
“The Nutcracker”
Oglebay
2569 Darlington Road
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
are available
at the
Information
Booth
Between
Gates B & C.
Ohio Office
15583 Sprucevale Road
East Liverpool, OH 43920
(724) 847-0530 or
(330) 385-4677 or
(800) 300-0707 From Pa. (800) 392-0002 From Ohio
Call for departure points near you!
and nursing homes. They also compete at a Regional Competition every year in May.
TOO MUCH
TO CARRY?
Christmas
Shopping
Bags
Check our website for additional
trips throughout the year!
Pennsylvania Office
Ask About
a Charter!
hard perfecting their craft, with regular practices and singing at events, parties, meetings
Ringing in the holiday season with the sweet sounds of harmony!
2016
• Feb. 21-Mar. 6 Florida Winter Vacation
• July 9-29
Canadian Rockies
• Oct. 1-12
Albuquerque/Balloon Fiesta
Call or visit www.mccartertours.com for a complete list of tours.
The Butler Institute of American Art
Proudly Presents the
45th Annual American Holiday
Fine Arts & Crafts Show
“An American Holiday” to benefit The Butler Institute of American Art
Over 100 Fine Artists, Crafters and Artisans
Food
•
Free
Parking
Saturday & Sunday
December 5 & 6, 2015
Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
being held at the
The Butler Institute of American Art
524 Wick Avenue • Youngstown, OH 44502
General Admission: $5 Adults • Children (12 & under) Free
V i s i t o u r w e b s i t e : butlerart.com
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Family-style restaurant and full service bakery.
Catering and banquet facilities available.
Heck’s Restaurant
610 East Park Ave. • Columbiana, Ohio 44408 • 330-482-4458
For homemade Mennonite cooking, eat where the locals eat! We use fresh,
locally grown produce, have our own in house butcher shop,
and prepare our baked goods from scratch on a daily basis.
Bring in this ad during Christmas in the Woods
and receive a 10% discount off your bill.
(Not valid with any other coupon or discount offers.)
Ambridge Steel Drum Band
T
Welcome to the New Choice of Alternative Energy
Alternative Fuel Systems & Equipment
Performing: October 18 at the Simple Gifts Stage
he Ambridge Area High School Steel Band, under the direction of Todd Hartman,
has received national recognition for its outstanding musical ability, unique style, and
infectious energy.
Since its inception in 1988, the steel drum program has grown from five students participating
after school to an average of sixty band students. Their current musical repertoire reflects a
diverse collection of styles including traditional calypso & soca, big band swing, afro-cuban,
latin-jazz, classical, pop, and tropical-rock.
The steel band was one of only three high school groups from across the nation selected
to perform at two of the American Association of School Administrators National Conferences,
one of which gave them an opportunity to open up for Steven Spielberg’s keynote address
in San Francisco. Additionally, they have been to three National School Board Association
Conferences, and most recently, performed for over 9,000 engineers and vendors from all over
the world at the annual Association for Iron and Steel Technology’s International Conference.
The band has shared the Heinz Hall stage with the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops and has
appeared annually in B.E. Taylor’s popular Christmas show. Since 2002, the steel band has
been invited to perform for cultural outreach assemblies at thirty different school districts
located around the Pittsburgh area and has performed at twelve different higher learning
institutions. Their most memorable experience came when they played with the marching
band in the 2004 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. It marked the first
time in the 115 year history of the parade that a steel band combined with a marching band.
• Diesel Trucks
• Cars
• Lawn Mowers
• Compressor Stations
Randy Kaiser, President
Kaiser CNG Equipment
24656 Georgetown Rd.
Homeworth, Ohio 44634
330-525-7652 • 330-206-2511
[email protected]
kaisercng.com
Kim Salvati , Proprietor
Organic Herbal Teas
Herbal Salves,
Natural Body Products & More
724-573-1011 • crookedcreekherbals.com
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DID YOU KNOW?
We now have ATMs located near the
Information Booth as well as the
entrance at Gate B?
ELK RUN ROLL-OFF SERVICES
and
ELK RUN industries
which is a licensed
Construction and Demolition Landfill
Debra Knox
P.O. Box 271 • Lisbon, OH • (330) 424-9401
elkrunrolloff.com
LOST ART FOUND AGAIN
C
ountry living my entire life was the
inspiration behind my 30 year country
primitive business. When I married my husband
35 years ago, I came from the country to the
country in the panhandle of Pennsylvania
bordering West Virginia in a small town,
Claysville, Pa. Our two sons are now with their
own families and have already made their
homes back in the country of Pennsylvania.
Papier-Mâché artistry inspired many designs
that my customers have been collecting
from me for many years at numerous shows
throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia
and Ohio. I start off always by stretching
my design then I set my form. I use many
different materials such as cardboard, foam,
tin, wood, etc...whatever I feel is expectable
for that design. The most popular lines I sell
are various Christmas Trees, different size
snowmen, stars, gingerbreads, candy cane,
angels on the base or bottom of trees. My
lights line is very popular. Snowman lights,
star candle sticks lights, pillar lights, etc. So
many different varieties and various country
primitive colors and antiquing methods I use
for each and every design I create. I make
candle holder designs, snowmen, angels pillars,
etc. for wax battery operated country candles,
battery operated wax tea light holders all various
types. I enjoy making each and every creation of
my entire line of papier-mâché.
Many of my customers are so amazed when
they realize my creations are papier-mâché, their
comments are “on my papier-mâché that is a lost
art” and I agree with them and I am very happy
to confess that it has been found again through
my business Papier-Mâché Sculpture by Debra’s
Definitions.
I am truly grateful and so happy that I have
been given the opportunity to showcase and sell
my products at Christmas in the Woods.
I intend to keep papier-mâché found at
Christmas in the Woods unique quality and
fulfilling the needs of my customers. Stop by
booth 53 for a visit.
The 12th Annual Holiday Shoppe
Craft & Vendor Show
Saturday, November 7, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Poland Union PTO
Held at Poland Seminary High School
3199 Dobbins Road,
Poland, Ohio 44514
All proceeds benefit
Poland Union PTO
For Information, please call
Michelle at 330.719.7172
or email
[email protected]
Introducing
the Gracie
Wise Suite
Small Town Christmas 2015
8th Annual Tour of Selected Crafters & Their Shops
in the North Georgetown Area
Thanksgiving Weekend
Friday and Saturday
November 27 & 28th • 9 am- 4 pm
Contact us at smalltownchristmastours.com
Mark it On Your Calendar - 2016 Dates!
August 13-14 • 20-21• 27-28
Shaker
Woods
F E S T I VA L
Festival Grounds Address: 44337 County Line Rd, Columbiana, OH 44408
3 Great Weekends!
August 13-14 • 20-21 • 27-28, 2016
Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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njoy the “Simple Life” as you stroll on 10 cool, beautifully wooded acres. Discover
the wares of 200 selected craftspeople, including blacksmiths, weavers, woodworkers
and more, as they demonstrate the skills of a time gone by. Sample a wide assortment
of mouth-watering food while listening to a great lineup of live entertainment.
Craftspeople • Delicious Food • Entertainment
SHAKER WOODS FESTIVAL, INC.
217 State Route 7
Columbiana, Ohio 44408
[email protected]
For More Information:
(330) 482-0214
s h a k e r w o o d s . c o m