Mistletoe Market to usher in holiday shows this Saturday
By Jim Turner


Posted on November 1, 2018 8:22 PM



 

The surest sign than Christmas is coming soon to the Land of Logan is the arrival of the Mistletoe Market in early November. The sixth annual Mistletoe Market will be this Saturday at the Logan County Extension Office from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

According to event coordinator Marcia Key, “Vendors will have the latest styles in a wide variety of products, including handmade high fashion jewelry, various embroidered & vinyl items, children’s books & toys,  wooden home décor, goat cheese, dips, soups, bread, aprons, kitchen cookware & utensils, wood burned home décor, ladies boutique fashions & accessories, make up & skin care, holiday décor & wreathes, baby items, home fragrances & candles, hair accessories,  essential oils, health care & diet products, paintings by local artists, Christmas ornaments, purses, totes & bags, handmade jewelry, cleaning products plus much, much more.”

A highlight of the day will be a visit from Santa Claus from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Admission and parking are free, but guests are asked to bring a donation for the Logan County Humane Society, which will sponsor the Mistletoe Café for lunch.

Vendors come from a wide area by invitation only. Many of them have been a part of all or most of the semiannual events put together in Logan County by Key, who operates the popular booth from The Tangled Trunk. Many vendors are representatives of some of the most popular names in franchise sales. Others create and hand-make the items they offer for sale.

The following is a list of vendors who were expected to set up as this week began:

Creative Designs by Brooke (Brooke Scarbrough), Avon (Elizabeth Reynolds), C-K Deal & Gifts (Kathy Rippy), Allie’s Southern Sass (Emily Offutt), Premier Designs Jewelry (Patricia Raymer), Pampered Chef and The ARTillery (Linda Harlan;

The Tangled Trunk (Marcia Key), Turner Valley Produce & Soaps (Elaine Turner), Rustic Woodworks (Donna Cain), Norwex (Katie Carpenter), Isborne Books & More (Dena Lopez), The Queen Bee (Debbie Eaton), Heather’s Happier Hour (Heather Kuehl, Thirty-One Gifts (Marcy Duncan), Ash Spring Cottage and Dot Dot Smile (Jenny Wells), Oil Inspired Health-Young Living (Emily Graham);

GranStan’s Wood Shop (Stanley Fleming), Belle Crest Farms and Little Red Store (SueEllen Ramsey), Mary Kay (Jan Mills), Southern Grace Boutique & Gifts), Traveler’s Lantern Market (Cathy Hoover), Jennifer’s Journey (Jennifer Edison), Origami Owl (Jennifer Corbin), Matilda Jane (Stacy Crossley), Trinkets and Treasures for Five, Truly Taylor’d (Taylor Shutt), Down the Road Boutique (Ashley Haley), Perfectly Posh (Sonya Forbes);

Success by Health (Buddy Wright), Mustard See (Brittney Tatum), Sisel International  (Melody Richards), Juice Plus (Brooke Bibb), Ecuadorians Treasures (Stefania Patriarca), The Village Shoppe (Beth Dawson),  White Oak Boutique (Hannah Estes), Rockin Essential Oils (Kathy Waldrop), Pink Zebra (Tonya Heckman);

The Gourmet Cupboard (Jennifer Elder), Tupperware (Cindy Elder), The Front Door (Kasey Wilson) South and Ivy (Taylor York), KCWags Wreaths (Karen Wagenknecht), Canvases by Leah (Leah Crossley), Funk House Creations (Ahaela Funk), Front Porch Memories (Kim Moyers) and Lilla Rose (Tammy Williams).

Life Point Pregnancy Center, Post Oak Baptist Church and Logan County Humane Society will have boots




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