Norway museum craft show on Saturday
NORWAY — Members of the Jake Menghini Partners will host their fifth annual spring craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Norway Legion Hall, 621 Main St. in Norway.
Admission is $1, and children younger than 12 are free.
Vendors and crafters participating in this year’s event include: Almost Home Animal Shelter, cat and dog treats, pet collars, Easter items and grab bags; Natalie Anderson, wooden signs and wooden grow charts; Teal Anderson, handmade beaded jewelry; Leila Canavera, Perfectly Posh Body Products; Carol Diehn, Miss Liz Jewelry; Amanda Donaldson, Paparazzi Jewelry; Deborah Tadisch, bottle lamps and burlap wreaths; Denise Edwards, crochet items; Norway Girl Scouts 5229, Girl Scout cookies; Rebecca Ferrell, goat milk soap and lotions; Sara Fleming, Monat Hair Care Products; Shirley Foisy, handmade greeting cards; Jeanne Gardipee, jewelry from Florida; Joann Gendron and Kathy Girard, hand-sewn items; Melody Holmes, jams, jellies and antipasto; Shirley Johnson, upcycled dishes; Lindsey Kulow, custom homemade furniture; Kathy Kuczek, books, prints, and notecards; Andrea Meyers, Color Street nail polish strips; Norway High School Class of 2019, bake sale; Julie Olson, custom-sewn items; Patti Phillips, wreaths, bir cages and Easter items; Kristin Rice, leather earrings; Sandra Sacotte, wooden signs; Chelsea Thoreson, custom decals, T-shirts and home décor; Norman Verley, wooden carvings; Wilson Creek Gardens, homemade bakery, jams, and cheese; Lorrie Wickman, pottery and pottery necklaces, and Merry Kay Wright, weaving.
Vendors are still welcome. Those interested can contact the museum at 906-563-5586
The onsite lunch will be catered and served by Fred Jump.
The Partners of the Jake Menghini Museum will offer museum and tour information, books the museum has for sale and custom-made wooden wine stoppers.
The fundraiser is to support the ongoing expenses associated with maintaining the museum.
The Jake Menghini Museum also welcomes donations of historical items of the Norway-Vulcan-Loretto-Faithorn-Waucedah area to enhance the museum.
The museum is open for tours 1 to 4 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from June through September. Groups, families and organizations can schedule private tours by appointment by calling 906-563-5586.