Stonyford hosts craft show
Saturday's craft show in Stonyford drew more than a dozen vendors and quite a few patrons.
The annual event raises money for the Community Hall Association to help maintain the small town's central gathering place for Stonyford events.
"It's also just for fun," said Zoe Brandenberger, who worked in the kitchen with Barbara Leach.
Venders sold a variety of handmade crafts, gifts and locally-grown products like Pendell's Mountain Honey, walnuts and a assortment of jams and jellies.
"We love coming up here," said Len Danley of Maxwell, who sold produce, walnuts, homemade candy and her newly published "Homer's Garden Cookbook." We've been coming up here about 20 years. Homer was born in Stonyford, so we like to stay connected."
The Indian Valley School Parents Teachers Organization also had a booth to help raise money for special projects at the elementary school in Stonyford.