The American Heritage Music Hall will hold their second annual Spring Craft and Vendor Show fundraiser on Friday, Mar. 17, and Saturday, Mar. 18 at the Music Hall in Ronceverte. The event will run from 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
A great place to find spring and Easter décor, the show will feature a variety of local crafters and vendors, including: Helen Dosier (Asbury), Kay Shafer (Lewisburg), Millie Arbaugh (Asbury), Lynelle Braught and Dinah Rhodes of Dry Creek Farm (WSS), Kimberly Baker (Ronceverte), Hope Ridgeway (WSS), Karen Campbell (Ronceverte), Ronceverte River Festival, Tina Fox (Lewisburg), Jill Highlander (Alderson), Bonnie Mitchell with Glendoras Soap (Lewisburg), Melissa Crane (Crawley), Sue Clemson (Hinton), Jackie Defibaugh (Ronceverte), Carol Ramsey (Ronceverte), Cassandra Ray (Maxwelton), Kelsey Peters (Ronceverte), Kay Diem (Caldwell), Donna Simms (Alderson), Kimberly Kincaid (Alderson), Vicky Kincaid (Hillsboro), Ruth Kincaid, Oasie Canterbury, Joan Hays (WSS), Vicky Neal (Crawley), Kadee Ratliff (Second Creek), Sheila Maloney (WSS), and Carrie Huffman (Lewisburg).
There will be hourly door prize drawings and an Easter Basket raffle where all proceeds will benefit the Music Hall. Food concessions will also be available. The music hall is a nonprofit organization that needs support from the community.
The American Heritage Music Hall is open to the public every Tuesday night for a jam session where local musicians get together and play music from 7 to 10 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. A potluck meal is served, so just bring your favorite covered dish and come on down to the music hall and enjoy the evening for a $7 cover charge.
The fourth Saturday of every month a live band is on stage to provide music for dancing, or just to sit back and enjoy. Saturday hours are from 7 to 10:30 p.m. with a $10 cover charge for the evening. Bring your favorite covered dish and enjoy a potluck meal. Doors open at 6 p.m.
All ages are welcome to Music Hall events. The Hall is a non-smoking and non-alcoholic facility and is handicap accessible.
We hope to see you at the American Heritage Music Hall for the second annual Spring Craft Vendor Show. Shop, eat, and enjoy the while supporting the Music Hall and the local crafters and vendors.
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