RONCEVERTE, W.Va. (WVDN) – The second annual spring craft/vendor show is scheduled for Friday, March 17, from 2-6 p.m. and Saturday, March 18, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The show will be held at the American Heritage Music Hall at Island Park in Ronceverte and is a fundraiser for the facility.
The show will feature local crafters and vendors and is a great place to find spring and Easter decor.
Participating crafters and vendors are Helen Dosier, Asbury; Kay Shafer, Lewisburg; Millie Arbaugh, Asbury; Lynelle Braught and Dinah Rhodes, Dry Creek Farm, White Sulphur Springs; Kimberly Baker, Ronceverte; Hope Ridgeway, White Sulphur Springs; Karen Campbell, Ronceverte; Tina Fox, Lewisburg; Jill Highlander, Alderson; Bonnie Mitchell, Glendora’s Soap, Lewisburg; Melissa Crane, Crawley; Sue Clemson, Hinton; Jackie Defibaugh, Ronceverte; Carol Ramsey, Ronceverte; Cassandra Ray, Maxwelton; Kelsey Peters, Ronceverte; Kay Diem, Caldwell; Donna Simms, Alderson; Ronceverte River Festival; Vicky Kincaid, Hillsboro; Kimberly Kincaid, Alderson; Ruth Kincaid; Oasie Canterbury; Joan Hays, White Sulphur Springs; Vicky Neal, Crawley; Kadee Ratliff, Second Creek; and Sheila Maloney, White Sulphur Springs.
There will be an Easter egg drawing on Saturday for all the children up to age 12. Each child will choose an egg, and each egg will be filled with candy. Some eggs will have special prizes. The Easter egg drawing begins at 10 a.m. until all eggs are gone.
There will be hourly prize drawings, and food concessions will be available. An Easter basket will be raffled off with the proceeds going to the music hall.
The music hall is a nonprofit organization that needs support from the community and is open to the public every Tuesday night for a jam session, where local musicians get together and play music from 7-10 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. The public is invited to take a covered dish for a potluck meal and enjoy the evening.
The fourth Saturday of every month features a live band playing from 7-10:30 p.m. A potluck meal will be served provided by all the attendees. Doors open at 6 p.m.
All ages are welcome; it is a no smoking and nonalcoholic facility and is handicap accessible.