SIDNEY — The Angels in the Attic craft show will be open Nov. 8-11 in the Ross Historical Center, 201 N. Main Ave.
The sale hours are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Crafts of all kinds will be offered for sale, with creations by nearly 30 Ohio artists. Included gift items, hand-painted signs, handmade jewelry, toys, home decor, holiday decorations, Ohio State collectibles and many more. Antique and vintage items will be sold, including quilts.
Among the craftspeople will be Shannon Weis, of Sidney, selling Clean Love Soaps, Butch and Ruth Ann Emswiler, of Fletcher, who are woodworkers and Shennon Boyer, of Anna, who sells a variety of baked goods.
Malissa Wilkerson, of Powell, will be at the sale Nov. 11, showing vinyl application demonstrations and personalizing Christmas ornaments, mugs, signs and other items for customers.
Local, home-produced honey and hand-canned jellies and jams will also be available. Homemade candies and cookies can be sampled in the kitchen and will be offered for sale, as well as gourmet spice blends, breads and locally-made fudge. There will be no home-based business vendors at this show, only handmade, homemade craft items
Angels in the Attic will support the F.I.S.H organization of Shelby County by selling new and gently-used Boyd Bear Collectible Stuffed Toys. All of the money from the sale of these toys will support F.I.S.H. to purchase food, medicine and other necessary items to help those in need in Shelby County.
Complimentary refreshments will be served during all show hours and numerous door prizes will be awarded at the show’s conclusion. Admission is $2 for adults and free for children 12 and under.