Authors, crafters, knitters, woodworkers, and many more creative people will be among the trees at the second “Arts and Crafts in the Woods” festival this Saturday at the Dog River Library. The annual event celebrates the second of the opening of the Dog River Library, the “Library in the Woods,” at 6100 Georgia Highway 5 about 1.5 miles south of the Dog River.
Vendor booths plus food and a used book sale will highlight this year’s anniversary event which goes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 2.
Admission is free and it is open to the public. Booths include:
• Worlds to Discover original books and t-shirts related to the books • Elijah Usher handcrafted pens • Garden Glass by Courtney Usher • Lee Pierce fleece blankets, jewelry and gift sets • Deborah Cox Christmas ornaments and deer antler baskets • Authors Frank Allan Rogers and T. L. Gray • Pottery from Your Fired Creations • Author and Artist Christine Hornback • Handmade cards and blown glass by Jayne Belk • Virginia Wilson quilts, scarves and ponchos • Artist Marcy Edwards • Creations from Inspiration Christmas décor • Kids’ dress-up items from Tammie Cook • Jenna Lynn Soaps • Rhonda Collins pillows and books • Jams, Jellies and more from Aunt Jan’s Kitchen • LTL Wood Creations’ wood signs, plaques, cutting boards and trays • Jana’s Jewels’ dichromic glass pendants and beaded jewelry • Kilini Krafts’ casserole carriers and kitchen apparel • Woodham Crafts’ canvas paintings, bird houses and jewelry • Agan’s Arts & Crafts’ baskets, hair bows and bracelets • Twenty Stitches’ candles, teddy bears and hair bows • Animal adoptions from the Douglas County Animal Shelter • Fresh pecan sales • Eva’s Deli chicken salad sandwiches • Buckner family funnel cakes and boiled peanuts, and • Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy Alumni drinks and ice . It is jointly sponsored by the Friends of the Dog River Library and the Douglas County