Monday, July 11, 2011

Bingham-Waggoner Antique & Craft Show

Last Saturday I once again had to privilege to take part in this fun show. When Leslie and I started doing the show several years ago our booth was right across from the kettle corn guy. Sometimes his little boy would help with sales. We've moved to a shadier spot, but the kettle corn guy is still there and now that little boy is taller than dad and has facial hair. Of course, we look just like we did when we started doing the show.
Darlene's Booth
We were lucky enough to have a beautiful day. The heat index has been over 100 here, but Saturday dawned warm, but comfortable with a slight breeze.
The turnout was really good and it's always fun to catch up with old friends at the show. Here crafty friend Dana of The Stone Rabbit models her preferred shopping attire.

Leslie and Jo brought some awesome primitives...
I got a few things done...
Shoppers enjoyed partaking of walking tacos...
and were entertained by wandering musicians and dancers. 

 It's a rite of summer for me. What events speak of summer to you?


Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Sounds like you had an enjoyable day! Gotta love the kettle korn guys!
Prim Blessings

Angela said...

Glad you had a great show. Sounds like one I would love to visit. Love food at the craft shows. Seems to always be better in open air markets. Thanks for sharing photos. Have a great day

Thru Nanas Window

Raggedy Creations said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time Roberta. Luv Dana's shirt. I should get me one of those. My Mom always says I have enough "stuff". Your pillow is so pretty too.


TheCrankyCrow said...

Now that looks like my kind of fun!!! Great crafts, prims, music and food all in one place. THAT'S what I'm talking about!! Love the drysink!! And your wonderful pillow....Wish we had stuff like that here in Nod!! Boo Hoo....Hope you're having a wonderful week! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

I've been wanting to attend this show for a few years and will have to try to make it next year. It's within a few hours of me but not having seen it before, I wondered if it would be worth the drive.