Sandcut Holiday Market set Saturday
Published 12:00 pm Wednesday, November 1, 2023
It’s never to early to start thinking about holiday shopping and the Sandcut Holiday Market may just be the way to kick off the season.
Elizabeth Bush has been organizing and hosting the annual event for the past several years with the 2023 event set for Saturday morning.
“We have 42 vendors this year,” Bush said. “That means there will be plenty of shopping and lots of fellowship. These vendors are ready to help you get your Christmas shopping done with one-of-a-kind gifts.”
The event, set at 978 Appleton Road in Castleberry, will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m.
Bush said the variety of vendors will be offering crafts, jewelry, paintings, baked goods and many other items.
Vendors already committed for the annual Market event include:
Pam Bradford with candles; Samantha Cooper with baked goods; Dana Evans with wood ornaments and jewelry; Corean Kyles with homemade soaps and lotions; Phyllis Brooks with Sew Much Fun; Ashlynn Henderson with door hangers; Brittany Jett with tumblers, jewelry and crafts; Bush Fam with Juwlery art; Crystal McGuir with crafts, tshirts, wood, tumblers, JoAnn Cain with artwork and wood art; Teresa Odom with crochet, jewelry,e tc.; Mardi Manning with jewelry, accessories, etc.; Rachel Johnson with Scentsy; Adrianah Cain with baked goods; Kelly Lodge with centerpieces and wreaths; Stephanie Godwin with crocheted items, Makayla Haynes with children’s clothing; Rhonda Hall with baked goods; Brittany Barnhill with pens, wristlets, earrings, keychains, etc.; The Fountains with Amway; Mallory Pollard with door hangers, tumblers, earrings, etc.; Kalynne Johnson with candles, freshies, etc; Charlen Kast with wreaths, centerpieces, etc.; Sims/Crystal Moffitt with coffee and freshies; Donelle Bass with gourds, freeze-dried candy, jewelry; Tosha McInnis with crochet items; Kelly Faye with jewelry, crochet, nails, etc.; Kaylyn Kaufman with woodworking; Deveron Jackson Brown with homemade goodies and Papparazzi; Jennifer Caldwell Hornsby with frames; June Bug with memory animals, bows, homemade sewing; Linda Gibson and Geraldien Madison with embroider and wood work; other items including Southenr Charm Jewelry and Pink Zebra, Farmasi and other items will be on hand.
For food ideas, the Sandcut Volunteer Fire Department will be cooking up good food to warm your tummy as you shop. There will be a variety of baked goods by several vendors that can provide a yummy snack while you shop.
If you are interested in a booth space at the event, contact Bush on Facebook for details.