The St. Mary’s Feast Society Ladies’ Auxiliary held their annual holiday craft and vendor show this past weekend in the St. Mary’s Church’s parish hall. Attendees filled the …
Holiday shopping in full swing
HOLIDAY SIGNS: If you’re in need of a holiday sign, custom bags or baby bibs, Becky Doughty (left) and Robin Pallini of Cutesy Crafts have you covered. Doughty started creating handmade signs several years ago, and she started selling them last year.
FOR THOSE WITH A SWEET TOOTH: Candy, chocolate, dessert, oh my! Western Cranston resident Barbara Manni of Dipped and Drizzled Sweetery runs her business out of her home and had an assortment of chocolate goodies which she sold at this past Saturday’s holiday craft and vendor show. Her products arehand-dipped and drizzled treats and are made fresh to order with premium ingredients; she takes custom orders.
A GAME OF DUCKS: Ann Marie Mullaney ran a rubber duckie game at Saturday’s event. For $1, individuals had three tries to pick the lucky duck with the number on the bottom of it. If you had the correct pick, you won a prize!
The St. Mary’s Feast Society Ladies’ Auxiliary held their annual holiday craft and vendor show this past weekend in the St. Mary’s Church’s parish hall. Attendees filled the space, checking out handmade items and food from local vendors and crafters. (Herald photos)