KC Fall Harvest and Craft Show

By | November 23, 2012

Were you able to get to the Kansas City’s Fall Harvest and Craft Show this year? This year’s event was held on November 2nd and November 3rd and was a great time for kids and adults a like. Not only was the mood vibrant, but creativity flowed and offered a wonderful spirit to start the holiday season.

The festival is a great place to get an early start on Christmas shopping, especially for hard to find for guests or family as well as finding small things for the office part. For those looking for a more personal touch, many artists attend and offer contact information to get in touch about commissioning something truly special. And for many others, the festival is a great way to get their name out there and present their unique and beautiful treasures.

The festival featured an assortment of extremely talented artisans. Along with this, some very creative crafters attended with many of their creations. More than ninety vendors were present and visitors enjoyed hand-made crafts, home made food, and original art. This is a fabulous way to get into the holiday spirit, and maybe even get a bit of holiday shopping done.

Craft show in 1 week!The show was held at The Pavilion at John Knox Village, on Murray Road in Lees Summit and while it is over this year there are plans to return next year with new wares and artists. For more information about future festivals please call, (816) 347-2999.

If you attended be sure to share in the comments below what you bought and what you didn’t that you wish you did! We’d love to know what to look for next year here on Ablairstover.

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