Last Minute Shopping Bazaar

A bunch of crafters and Gilmer County Historical Society members decited to have a “last minute shopping bazaar” on Sat., Dec. 23, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be Violet Bush and her jelly; Bev Tanner’s crocheted stuff, Sarah Normant’s art; Eugene Breza’s leather; Laurie Clark’s baked goods; Carol Wolfe’s baskets; and Karen Pennebaker’s jewelry. Karen will also be wrapping packages for people. Society President Dot Frey will be there with her Appalachian novel thrillers, if she is feeling well. So please come out and see what the local crafters have at the Historical Society Annex building, behind the Holt House Museum on East Main Street, Glenville.

The ‘Ville:’ Free parking in December

Mayor Dennis Fitzpatrick has announced that the on-street parking in downtown Glenville will be free during the month of December, which is the City Government’s longstanding tradition. “We welcome people to come to our city during the Christmas Holiday Season, to shop, to eat out and to enjoy themselves,” he told the City Council members at their Mon., Dec. 4 City Council meeting.

Open hours for Historical Society

The new hours for the Gilmer County Historical Society are 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Wednesdays, weather permitting. These hours will dovetail with the Crafts Classes going on at that time. For further information, call the society during those hours at 304-804-2054.

Read more: Area Briefs 12-15-17

Last Minute Shopping Bazaar

A bunch of crafters and Gilmer County Historical Society members decited to have a “last minute shopping bazaar” on Sat., Dec. 23, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be Violet Bush and her jelly; Bev Tanner’s crocheted stuff, Sarah Normant’s art; Eugene Breza’s leather; Laurie Clark’s baked goods; Carol Wolfe’s baskets; and Karen Pennebaker’s jewelry. Karen will also be wrapping packages for people. Society President Dot Frey will be there with her Appalachian novel thrillers, if she is feeling well. So please come out and see what the local crafters have at the Historical Society Annex building, behind the Holt House Museum on East Main Street, Glenville.

The ‘Ville:’ Free parking in December

Mayor Dennis Fitzpatrick announces that the on-street parking in downtown Glenville will be free during the month of December, which is the City Government’s longstanding tradition. “We welcome people to come to our city during the Christmas Holiday Season, to shop, to eat out and to enjoy themselves,” he told the City Council members at their Mon., Dec. 4 City Council meeting.

Read more: Area Briefs 12-7-17

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