[News Release from St. Paul's Montrose]
St. Paul’s Crafters Corner is back for another season with a move to the first Saturday of October, November and December. The event offers unique shopping opportunities through the original creations of area crafters and will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., commencing on October 2nd and returning on November 6th and December 4th.
New crafters will be joining some of the long standing favorites to further expand the variety of merchandise, with the list of participants growing each month.
St. Paul’s kitchen will once again offer hot lunches and delicious
snacks and desserts. According to Rita Leigh, one of the event
coordinators, “Our lunches of homemade macaroni and cheese, soups and
chili are always popular. We do not charge for our food, but gladly
accept free will donations, which will be used for repairs and
improvements to our facility, which hosts so many community functions
throughout the year.”
Esther Welden noted that this will be the fourth year for Crafters
Corner, and the event has served as a successful venue for area crafters
to display and market their talents. Welden added that crafters only
sell items which they have created, thereby offering truly unique
merchandise. “With the approach of Halloween, Thanksgiving and
Christmas”, noted Welden, “you can expect to find an array of holiday
gift and decorating options, as well as year round treasures. Each
month will offer new merchandise as our crafters gear up for December.
On the first Saturday of the next 3 months – St. Paul’s is definitely
the place to dine and to shop.”
St. Paul’s is located on the corner of Church and Chestnut Streets in Montrose. St. Paul’s is open and welcoming to all and invites you to join them for Sunday services at 9:00 a.m.