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Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at 12:27 pm

Harvester Artisan Market Fall Crafters/Artisans

Event Date and Time

October 5, 2013 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Harvester Artisan Market

Event Date and Time

October 5, 2013 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Monday, June 3, 2013 at 1:29 pm

HARVESTER ARTISAN MARKET

post by lucie griffis in arts, Arts & Crafts, batavia, entertainment, food

OFFERING A UNIQUE SELECTION OF ARTISAN/CRAFTERS, FOOD, AND ENTERTAINMENT YEAR ROUND SATURDAYS 10AM-4PM.  wE ARE AN INDOOR AIR CONDITIONED MARKET. 

Event Date and Time

June 15, 2013 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 3:17 pm

Photos: Artisan Market at Harvester opened today

The Artisan Market at Harvester opened today with more than a dozen artisans participating.

The goal is to create a space that attracts artists and customers for their creations from throughout the region.

"When people come in they're going to know this is not commercial, it's not buy-sell, it's not a craft show, it's not a flee market. It's an artisan market," said Lucie Griffis, the market's manager. "We want bring a little of the artistic life from other areas to right here."

The market is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will host two-day events on first Fridays and Saturdays later this year. 

There is an area with tables and chairs for people to sit and enjoy entertainment acts, from jugglers to musicians. Local charities are welcome to use the space for their food-sales fundraisers (chicken BBQs, pulled pork, hot dogs and hamburgers, etc.) for free.

Top photo: Sharon Jahnke Long works on a portrait of Julliette Yates.

Author and weaver Bridgette ni Brian.

Dave Watson with his guitars.


 

Monday, September 24, 2012 at 12:36 pm

'Karen's Yarn Paper Scissors' opens in downtown Batavia, grand opening Tuesday

Karen Crittenden, of Pavilion, has opened a new arts and crafts store in Downtown Batavia. It is called "Karen's Yarn Paper Scissors" and is located at 39 Jackson St., a few doors down from the recently opened "Sweet Pea's Cupcakery Café."

Store hours are 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

A grand opening with door prizes will be held on Tuesday.

Crittenden said this store features yarn and paper products that are not available at other stores, in addition to having an atmosphere of personal service.

"I will talk with you to find out what you like," she said. "And if I don't have it, I'll order it."

If customers are not sure of how to use certain items, she is happy to help them out. And it doesn't matter if someone bought the items at "Karen's Yarn Paper Scissors" or at another store. Crittenden is happy to help anyone who asks.

"It's all part of service with a smile," she said.

In fact, in response to customer comments, Crittenden is offering classes at the store next month, including beginner's crocheting and beginner's scrapbooking. She also plans to offer a craft group.

People can provide their email addresses to receive a message at the beginning of each month informing them of upcoming events and offerings at "Karen's Yarn Paper Scissors."

"I won't bombard people," Crittenden said. "The only other time I would email them is if something changes (in the monthly schedule, etc)."

For more information, call the store at 219-4480 or email karensyarnpaperscis[email protected].

More pictures (click on headline):

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 12:43 pm

Owl Valentine Holder at Woodward Memorial Library

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m.

Create a cool owl holder for all of your Valentine's Day cards.

This program is for grades 1-3 and registration is required. Limit 20

Visit online at www.woodwardmemoriallibrary.org or call 585-768-8300 to register.

Event Date and Time

February 6, 2013 - 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 2:10 pm

3rd Annual Golden Benefit Arts &Crafts Show and Sale &more

post by lucie griffis in Arts & Crafts

 3rd Annual Golden Benefit Arts, Crafts, & More Show & Sale will be held at the Batavia Downs Racino , 8315 Park Rd. Batavia on February 19th, 2011, 10am-4pm.  There will be many local vendors offering homemade goods and home based businesses. We will be holding a chinese auction and accepting donations.Stop by and see all the unique and reasonably priced goods while supporting a great cause that funds locally.

 

For more information, contact (585) 519-1917.   

Event Date and Time

February 19, 2011 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 11:51 am

Stitches in Time 2010 Quilt Show

post by Martha Lorshbaugh in Arts & Crafts, Community Event, Quilts

Stitches in Time Quilt Show, presented by the Museum Quilt Guild, Batavia, NY.

Friday October 15, 10 am- 6 pm and Saturday October 16, 10 am - 5 pm

Featuring classes and evening lecture with George Siciliano.   Friday, "Size Really Does Matter".       Saturday "Twirling Logs"   Classes are from 9 am - 4 pm both days, $55.00 for non- members.

Contact Elaine Ross: 748-4831 or [email protected] to sign up

Lecture Friday, October 15 at 7 pm, $5.00 admission.  Open to the public

The show also features over 200 quilted items, a quilt raffle, members' boutique, door prizes, vendors and silent auction to benefit VA Medical Center patients.

See blog post on this site, http://museumquiltguild.blogspot.com, or for more information, contact Martha Lorshbaugh: 993-0357 or [email protected]

Event Date and Time

October 15, 2010 - 10:00am - October 16, 2010 - 5:00pm
Monday, December 7, 2009 at 2:45 pm

School's craft show on Saturday was fun and educational, too

post by Daniel Crofts in Arts & Crafts, Local Businesses, robert morris

Kelly Mountain was a happy camper on Saturday.

Along with fellow Robert Morris Elementary School parent Kim Gloskowski, Mountain had just chaired the 4th annual Vendor Blender & Craft Show at the school, located at 80 Union St.

“We had a steady stream of people come this year,” Mountain said. “And we had a wonderful response to our Chinese Auction.”

 

Pictured Kelly Mountain, left, and Kim Gloskowski

The Chinese Auction featured one item donated by each of the event’s vendors/crafters. Along with a contribution of $25 for table space from each vendor, the proceeds of the auction went to F.O.R.M. — “Friends of Robert Morris” —  a parent volunteer organization which funds student field trips and classroom supplies. A total of 31 vendors/crafters representing various organizations in and around Batavia participated.

Here are some notable examples:

Sunday, November 15, 2009 at 1:28 pm

Batavia Middle School's Treats for Troops project a success Saturday

post by Daniel Crofts in Arts & Crafts, Iraq War, schools

Eighth-grader Steven O'Brien is a pretty good salesman. He displayed his knack for hawking things Saturday at Batavia High School's annual Arts & Crafts Festival.

With a variety of goods draped over his arms, he looked like a walking advertisement for "Treats for Troops," an outreach project for the military which began at Batavia Middle School in 2002.

Steven helped sell such items as necklaces, bracelets, picture frames, scarves, towels and blankets, priced from $1 to $10, along with founder and special education teacher Lucille DiSanto.

The money raised will pay for supplies for an "adopted" military troop in Iraq or Afghanistan that has a soldier from Batavia in it. Each year, a different troop is chosen.

"It's grown a little bit each year," DiSanto said. "We're definitely getting more attention."

The fundraiser for those in combat is the culmination of the efforts of her students, the student council and an organization called SWAT -- Students Working as a Team. They sell the items, some of which they make themselves, others are bought with donations. A McDonald's corporation MAC Grant pays for project costs.

"I felt it was necessary to help kids learn community service,” says DiSanto. “And what better way to do that than to help one of our own in Iraq or Afghanistan?"

The Treats for Troops table fared quite well, taking in $65 within the first 70 minutes Saturday. They received a total of $35 in donations.

"This is the most donations I've ever gotten," said DiSanto excitedly.

Steven took it upon himself to venture out beyond the table, working the crowd with his sense of humor. People bought stuff from him, and vendor Fran Norton donated a dollar.

"Anything for the boys," says Norton, who holds America's soldiers in high esteem. "Any services we can provide to them, they deserve it."

Anyone interested in learning more about the Treats for Troops project should contact DiSanto at Batavia Middle School. If you would like to learn more about Batavia High School's Arts & Crafts Festival, please contact Paul Pedersen, BHS Physical Education teacher and Batavia Ice Devils coach.

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