The Holy Rosary School Craft Show being held this year Dec. 7 and 8 is anticipated to become the largest and most successful show in its history. With the school merger of St. Titus, Our Lady of Victory, Epiphany of our Lord and including students from Conshohocken Catholic, this year’s show will have more shoppers, more bakers and more crafters than ever before.
The show has reached capacity for gifted crafters, filling 106 tables. Crafters throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and as far as Ohio start registering a year in advance just for the chance to be part of this show, and the 2012 show sold out quicker than any other year in the history of the show.
From homemade soy candles, clothing, beaded, stone and blown glass jewelry, handmade chocolates to homemade BBQ sauces, this year’s show has something for everyone and for every holiday gift list. Take a break from cooking and treat the family to breakfast and lunch; grab a homemade baked item from “Rudolph’s Bake Table.” There are exciting high quality raffles and much more. It is rumored that Santa himself might appear.
Craft show hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8.
Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School is located at 3040 Walton Road in Plymouth Meeting.
For more information contact the show co-chairs Amy Fruncillo at 215-654-5224 or Suzanne Antonello at 215-643-0599 or visit the craft show’s website.
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