GRAFTON—It’s the time of year when individuals being thinking of finding the perfect gift for their loved ones, and the Grafton High School (GHS) Band Boosters will be providing a unique opportunity for guests to shop.
For over two decades, the Band Boosters have been offering a one-stop shopping experience that boasts both handmade and homemade creations and some well-known vendors.
The annual GHS Band Booster Christmas Craft Show will return to the halls of the high school once more, affording shoppers the perfect place to find something special for their friends and family.
“We are so excited to be back,” Melissa Abel, event organizer exclaimed. “We have a full show and are looking forward to seeing all of our vendors and customers again this year!”
The 31st Annual GHS Band Booster Christmas Craft Show is slated to take place on Saturday, December 3, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., at the high school.
“We are pleased to announce that we have sold out our show this year, and we will have over 80 vendors and crafters attending,” voiced Abel. “We will be setting up in the commons area and inside the old Claire Bee Field House gym.”
And with over 80 confirmed sellers, there’s sure to be a variety of options for folks to choose from.
And with such a wide array of items, the GHS Band Booster Christmas Craft Show is the perfect time to come out and shop for your friends and family this holiday season.
After perusing through all of the tables at the show and visiting the plethora of vendor booths, individuals are sure to work up an appetite. To help curve any hunger cravings, the band boosters will have a concession stand set up.
The cost of admission to the craft show is just $1 and all proceeds will benefit the GHS band.
“All the money raised will be used for expenses incurred by the band during their seasons, including the cost of uniform cleaning, traveling, the purchasing of sheet music and other various costs they may have,” Abel revealed.
And while it’s still a little ways away, Abel wanted to announce the craft show’s return early so that residents could mark their calendars in advance.