PINKHAM NOTCH, NH- The 11th Annual Great Glen Craft Fair will be held at the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center lodge on Route 16 in Pinkham Notch on Saturday, November 26 from 9am to 3pm.
More than 30 talented crafters and artisans will be on site with their diverse array of handmade offerings. Also included in the day will be a bake sale and a benefit raffle which will support the Great Glen Trails Bill Koch Youth Ski League.
Some of the Mt. Washington Valley’s best known crafters will be in attendance, including: Ed Good Woodworking, featuring a woodturning demonstration; Lucy Rogers from Hilltop Handspun, who will offer a spinning demonstration; Karen Eisenberg, Jeweler; Holly Johnson, Potter; R&R Woodworkers, Adirondack Furniture; Pamela Sweeney, Functional Fused Glass; Dick Pollock, Photographer; Ursula Forsythe, Wreaths & Kissing Balls and Janet Dukee Prescott of Sally Bags.
“The Great Glen Craft Fair has become quite a tradition over the past 11 years, offering both locals and the traveling public an opportunity to purchase unique, handcrafted items at great prices,” observed event director Mary Power. “Even more importantly, the bake sale and raffle benefit the Great Glen Bill Koch Youth Ski League, which is an organization that has brought a lot of young people and their families into the sport of cross country skiing”.
Admission to the Great Glen Craft Fair is free and the Glen View Café (with the best views in the state of NH!) will be open for lunch. For more information about the Great Glen Craft Fair, call Mary Power at Great Glen Trails at 466-2333 or online at www.greatglentrails.com