Annual Hickman County Arts, Crafts and Book Fair will be the place to be on Saturday, December 4th from 9 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. Vendors of affordable Christmas gifts for young and old will be on hand with their wares. Authors from around
the region will be offering books for all age levels and interests. Organizers anticipate between 35 and 40 vendors. A list
of participants will be released within the next week.
There will be music at the Fair this year. Shoppers can enjoy a $5 lunch of soup, sandwich, dessert
and drink while listening to local musicians perform. Santa will be on hand to hear Christmas wishes.
The Hickman County
Arts, Crafts and Book Fair is sponsored by Friends of the Arts in Hickman County. Proceeds from the Fair go to the Hickman
County Arts Council which supports arts programs throughout the year.
Arts Council Chair Mary Potter is looking forward to the Fair this year.
“It’s a great time to see old friends,
get some unique Christmas gifts and support our local artists. I am especially excited to have music this year during the day. It will add to the total arts experience.”
Teresa Anne Hayden is a
writer who lives in Cayce, Kentucky, with her husband Mike. Her story, “The Carpenter’s Son,”
has recently been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Book of Miracles: 101 true stories of healing,
faith, divine intervention, and answered prayers.