BY KATHY KNIGHT
More than 100 crafters and regional businesses will have booths at the 43rd annual Holiday Bazaar and Expo, set to take place this weekend at Hal Henard Elementary School on Vann Road.
Hours for the two-day event will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.
Food vendors will include SnoBiz of Greeneville in the Commons area, offering an extensive menu for the two days. Other food/drink presenters will include Auntie Ruth's Homemade Donuts and Pretzels; Grann's Gourmet Apples, Creamy Cup, and Young's Kettle Corn of Johnson City.
Following is a list of the various booths, where they come from and what type of items each will offer for sale.
Vendors with a Greeneville address are listed at the end.
* Afton: Homemade Savings 4 U - Jannie McLain, homemade items; Nic and Jerry Hankins - art and ornaments; Kaltenmarks - Von Kaltenmark, screen print T's, signs, and custom designs; Longaberger Baskets - Shellie Hankins Brown, baskets; and Sticks and Vines - Vicki Brown, primitive Christmas trees, tobacco sticks, and decor;
* Alcoa: Crockett Creek Juices - Muscadine Juice.
* Blountville: Just for You - Toni Rodriquez, hand-decorated wreaths;
* Bristol: Barbara Marler - sewing and embroidery;
* Bluff City: Joyce Durham - needlepoint and Christmas items;
* Bulls Gap: Al's Woodcraft - Almea Gladden, wooden jewelry boxes;
* Chuckey: June Henry - paintings, prints, cards, and ornaments; Jimmy and Judy Rader - hand-carved woodwork and baskets; Simply Unique - Tonda Laws, glass jewelry; Initial Outfitters - Heather White, jewelry, bags, and home decor; and Walnut Ridge Llamas and Store - Carolyn Ayers, llamas and wool items;
* Elizabethton: Teresa Honeycutt - wreaths, painted gourds, and ornaments; and Rita Southerland - country primitive decor;
* Erwin: JoAnna Ragland - hand-stamped metal jewelry.
* Friendsville: Rodan & Fields - Morgan Blackwell, skincare;
* Hohenwald: Wildtree - Shirley Russell, food products;
* Johnson City: Second Springs - lye soaps, lip balms, and bath and body items; Jeri's Jewels - sterling silver-beaded jewelry; Patti Buck - woodwork and decor; All 4 Buttons - Niki Combs, fabric button jewelry;
* Jonesborough: Sweet Pea Bows - Michelle Gunter, hair bows, embroidery, and handmade dresses; Sophie & Grace - Rebecca Moss, aprons made from recycled clothing; and Francais au Fond - Mimi Moore, freshwater pearl jewelry.
* Kingsport: Daisy Carroll - ceramics; Phyllis Sullivan - magnetic jewelry; Simply Grace - Rachel Copenhaver, handmade hair accessories; Dichroic Glass Art - Sandra Moore, jewelry; and My Mountain Flower - lye soaps, and jewelry;
* Limestone: Creekside Stitches - Tim Ford, embroidery and ornaments; Gail Marie's - Santas, reindeer, and snowmen; Julie's Bead Box - Julie Adolphson, vintage spoon jewelry; Gertie Mae's - Emily Hall, sticky note holders and jewelry; and WECreations - Lisa Bradley, children's clothes, bows, jewelry, accessories;
* Mohawk: Rew Art - Robert Whittenburg, acrylic paintings, prints, and gourds;
* Morristown: Magical Soy Tea Lights - Tina Martin, hand-poured tea lights and candles; Sweet Sensations - Misty Anders, candies and baked goods; Mary K Cosmetics - Tonya Kelley;
* Mosheim: Tonya O'Neil - jewelry and woodworking; Purse-onally Yours - Heather Moore, custom embroidery items, bows, and gifts; and Stacie Mathes - It Works Body Wraps.
* New Market: Terry's Treasures - Terry Galyon;
* Newport: Christine Smith - embroidery;
* Parrottsville: Scrolling Sisters -Cheryl Smith and Janet Mercer, scrollsaw boxes, banks, and toys; and Joan Beaver - pencil prints and soft-sculpted dolls;
* Piney Flats: Heather Shipley - canned items and homemade breads; and Take Note - Sandra Torbett, handcrafted writing pens and paper crafts;
* Rogersville: Bethany Cooper - jewelry;
* Telford: Love from Generations - Susan Whitson, sea-glass jewelry votives and frames;
* White Pine: Wilma's Creations - Wilma Fox, totes, and handcrafted items;
* And from Greeneville: Sculptz Salon & Spa; W & J Scents-candles; Teresa Sellers - hair bows; Ashley Justice - Origami Owl; PK's Creations - Pam Keller, trees, wreaths, baskets; Noah Fox - aprons, towels, quilts; Linda Bishop - quilts, purses, vests, and jackets; Linda Harrington - lighted wine bottles, and hand towels;
Also from Greeneville: Main Street Greeneville - historical replicas and cookbooks; Kema Lamb - antiques and vintage decor; Flower's Faces - Cheryl Richards, face painting; So Beautifully Broken - Terri Ellenburg, hand-stamped jewelry; The Goose-Berry Patch - Pat Rader, wood items, glass vases, and fall and Christmas decorations; Initials, Inc. - Shasta Carr and Tessa Woods, personalized handbags;
Also from Greeneville: This N That - Debbie Vigiano, Christmas decor, candy, and holiday items; Pampered Chef - Crystal Oakes, cooking products; Sharon O'Neal - antiques; Etc! - Pam McCray, vintage items, gifts, wreaths; Pink Zebra Boutique - Chasity Knight, children's clothes and accessories; Pam Rodgers and Regina Johnson - handmade baskets; Melissa Hughey - massage therapist; It Works! - Ande Hall, weight-loss body wraps and supplements;
Also from Greeneville: Sue Painter, Debbie Collins, and Amy Brooks - refinished furniture, and giftware; Thirty-One Gifts - Kelley Thornburg, purses and totes; Penni May - upcycled crafts and barn wood paintings; Unqiue Flatware - Moe Bonin, jewelry; Town & Country Pharmacy - Connie Sue Clevenger, children's clothes and accessories; Darlene's Sewing Garden - Darlene Srigley, pillowcase dresses, embroidery items, and hooded towels; Katie Foshie - jewelry and hair bows;
Also from Greeneville: Premier Designs - Christy Casteel, jewelry; Vickie Gilbert - mesh wreaths; Tupperware - Audrea Gray; Country Homes - Juanetta Swatzell, quilts, wreaths, and embroidery items; Signature Homestyle - Lori Bryant, home decor and accessories; and Scentsy Fragrance - Jolene Campbell.
All proceeds made by the GFWC of Tennessee Greeneville Woman's Club will go right back into the community through the club's departments of work.