South Fork Friends Foundation's first-ever Arts and Crafts Festival a success

Courtesy photos The South Fork Friends Foundation hosted its first-ever Arts and Craft Festival on July 20 at the South Fork Visitor Center and welcomed over 30 vendors and hundreds of people throughout the day. The South Fork Friends Foundation Arts and Craft Festival was a tremendous success and plans are already underway for next year.

SOUTH FORK — The South Fork Friends Foundation hosted a successful first-ever Arts and Crafts Festival on Wednesday, July 20. This event was held at the Visitor Center and featured 32 vendors with a wide array of unique and exquisite items.

There was a steady flow of customers from the 9 a.m. opening until the 4 p.m. closing. Two parking lots and both sides of the street were filled with cars of people coming to shop.

The event offered a wide variety of gifts and artwork by local and visiting artists. Several vendors offered fun for the whole family, including the tie-dye t-shirt venue and more.

In addition to the artists and crafters, the South Fork Police Department sold burgers and hotdogs to raise funds for equipment.

Both vendors and buyers alike reported that it was a fantastic show, and all the vendors requested space at next year's event. Rave reviews keep coming in regarding everything from the layout to the diverse selection of products displayed to the great weather.

SFFF thanked organizers Jenny Quinn and Judith Brennan, the vendors, and the community for their support.

Courtesy photos The South Fork Friends Foundation hosted its first-ever Arts and Craft Festival on July 20 at the South Fork Visitor Center and welcomed over 30 vendors and hundreds of people throughout the day. The South Fork Friends Foundation Arts and Craft Festival was a tremendous success and plans are already underway for next year.

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