Glen Burnie High School to hold Winter Craft Fair

December 4, 2013 by  

Very soon, Glen Burnie High School will host its 30th annual Winter Craft Fair. Parent Carol Evans will be running the fair this year, which will be held just in time for the holiday shopping season.

The Fair has been held every year since 1984 and is offered as a way to allow local residents to show off their crafting talents and to make a little money in the process. Some of those that offer their wares will be donating their proceeds to a charity of their choice. The High School also will, as usual, allow participants to use the kitchen to cook food for those attending the fair. In addition to goodies for sale in booths, a lunch will be served.

The official sponsor of the craft fair is the High School Band, which in addition to coordinating booth assignments will also be on hand to help carry crafts in and out of the fair area. Those who wish to advertise their crafts may wish to contact print companies for flyer or poster printing.

Thus far this year, 132 people have been scheduled to show off their crafts but that number is expected to rise dramatically as many have already indicated their desire to participate. Those interested can call the school and ask to speak to a Fair representative.

The Craft Fair will be held December 7 at the High School–7550 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd. There is no entry fee to attend and parking is free as well.