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Seasonal Spice Art Show

Seasonal Spice Art Show

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The Holiday Inn was filled with holiday spirit this weekend, with the 27th annual Seasonal Spice craft show.

Seasonal Spice has had 25 members working on all types of crafts from woodwork, to sewing aprons, to homemade ink pens, all year to prepare for the show.

So this weekend, the public came out to get stocked up on home decor for the holiday season.

The president of Seasonal Spice says this is the perfect time to get in the spirit.

(Mary Saunders, President of Seasonal Spice) "One of the reasons I like it, and I keep doing it, is because I see so many people every year, that I don't always see throughout the year. But they always come to the show and we get a visit in, plus they get some Christmas shopping done."

If you're interested in joining next years Seasonal Spice craft show, call the Holiday Inn Riverside at 852-2504.

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