‘Holly Daze’ craft show very busy

Special to the Times
Tammy McNally

The Emo arena was definitely a busy place to be on Saturday.

There were all kinds of hockey going on downstairs while upstairs was the vendors craft show.

There were 28 vendor tables that ranged from Shannon Carlson’s Jack’s Natural Dog Treats and Dawn-Marie’s painted signs to the 4D mascara by Pam Edwards and Jody Acevedo’s Thirty-One bags.

Acevedo seemed to think there were a few more tables then last year.

“It was a good turnout with a lot of people,” she noted.

Acevedo is already looking forward to the next event.

She will be once again hosting the arena vendor craft sale for “Spring Fever Days” and “Holly Daze” in 2020.

If people are interested in booking a table, probably the best way to contact her is through Facebook: jody-marko faragher azevedo.