Bob and I were vendors at the 3rd Annual Holy Days Arts & Crafts Show yesterday at the Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation. This was our first time to be a part of it to sell Bob's Copper Trees at the event. We did not do as well as we had anticipated but all and all if was fun to see and visit with friends and enjoy the atmosphere. The arts and crafts show was located in the auditorium and where I went to school in one city block for 12 years. Everytime I go in the buildings it always brings back a flood of good memories. At one time our church was in this auditorium after the tornado hit old St. Paul's Catholic Church on December 5, 1953 and had to be demolished. The F Also, part of the movie, O Brother, Where Art Thou?" was also filmed in the auditorium. It was a very big production to have this movie made here in Vicksburg. Also, we had entertainment on stage the entire time the event took place from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Goldie's Bar-B-Que Express also served in the auditorium.
Bob's handmade knifemaker friend, Billy Foster with his wife Peggy, before it got started.
610 Boy Scout Road, Vicksburg, MS 39183-8183
A side display next to us with delicious baked goods that we had to purchase.
Copper trees with lights at $55.00, Medium without lights ($35.00) and Small ($20.00). To get more information on Bob's Copper Trees, go to: http://twodogstall.blogspot.com/
A very successful and fun event for our hometown!