High School has a cornucopia of crafts
November 15, 2012 by Sarah
The Paramus High School Thanksgiving Craft Show brings together more than 100 top-quality exhibitors from five different states and offers hand-made items, photography, art, pens, inlaid wood cutting boards, framed historical products, fiber art, soft sculpture, apparel, purses, totes, pottery and ceramics, making it a highly diverse and jam-packed event.
Just in time for the Holiday gift giving season, this huge craft show has something for everyone and makes for a great couples’ shopping outing. Besides the items listed above, there are also handmade nativity scenes, silk items, candles, pet products, soaps, shelves, country arts, picture frames, art prints and posters, hats, baby items, and blankets. Strollers are allowed in this facility and the event is suitable for people aged 18 and up.
Guests who are looking for quality stained glass items or semi-precious jewelry will not be disappointed as there is an outstanding collection at this showcase. Many hand-knitted and hand-dyed projects can also be found in the show. Guests are invited to come and browse, shop, and enjoy, all in time for Christmas gift-giving.
Flyer printing services are often used to promote events like this to local residents and those in surrounding regions. Admission to this show and sale is $3 per person.
The Paramus High School Thanksgiving Craft Show is happening on November 25 at the Paramus High School located at 99 E. Century Road in Paramus, New Jersey, just a short drive from Hohokus. To see what additional items are available, please visit PJs Promotion website or call 201-666-1340.