Over 90 artisans and crafters to participate in Fall Harvest Art & Craft Show Nov. 1-2

November 1, 2013 

KEITH E. DAVENPORT

A variety of talented artisans and crafters will join together at the Fall Harvest Art & Craft Show Nov. 1-2 in Lee’s Summit. Over 90 vendors will present their hand-made arts and crafts to enhance your holiday spirit at The Pavilion at John Knox Village.

Keith and Wanda Davenport of Images by Davenport took over the Fall Harvest Art & Craft Show in 2010. The show has a history in the community and has occurred for 15 years at The Pavilion. When asked about this even director Davenport said “For the past two years we have been able to use this show as an opportunity to give back…In order to help the community during the holidays, we are going to partner with the Hope House in Lee’s Summit and Independence. We will be accepting donations for the Hope House to support victims of domestic violence. There are hundreds of women and children that struggle to put their lives back together and need the shelter and support the Hope House provides.”

The event will feature a wide selection of unique handmade crafts and one-of-a-kind creations where visitors will find everything from the unusual to the unique, to sure fit every taste and budget. Shoppers will find pottery; original art; wood crafts; Scrapbooks; embroider & crochet; Floral arrangements; Acrylic painting and ceramics; Holiday decorations; Jewelry; Photography and much more. One of the things that set this event apart from others that happen during the holiday season is that there are no resellers or third-party booths allowed. All items for sale by the artisans are hand-crafted in the US.

Just in time for holiday shopping and your seasonal decorating, you won’t want to miss this wonderful event. Visit the show from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 1and 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Nov. 2. Admission is free and there is plenty of free parking.

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