Twenty-nine crafters will present their handiwork for sale on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Union Arts Council’s Makers Fair.

“We had to cancel our popular Makers Fair last year, due to COVID,” said Tammy McKown, chair of the Union Arts Council. “So we are so happy to be able to bring it back for people to enjoy. Plus, we have had a great response from outstanding crafters near and far who want to come and present their works to the public.”

The event will be held inside the Family Life Center of First Baptist Church, 400 N. Washington St., Farmerville, near the post office. Admission is free.

For sale will be a wide variety of hand-made items, including toys, wood bowls, ornaments, soaps, yard art, jewelry, paintings, garments, decorated cookies, popcorn, home décor, and Christmas gifts. Lunch will be available, as well.

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