Adams County Arts Council – Supporting the arts in Adams County, PA

GINGERBREAD CELEBRATION

THANK YOU FOR MAKING 2017 A SUCCESS!

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HOUSE WINNERS!

A gingerbread osprey on a pole soared to victory in the business category at the Adams County Arts Council’s Annual Gingerbread Celebration & Holiday Mart, December 1 and 2, at HACC Gettysburg Campus. Event co-sponsor Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc., which submitted the entry made by Linda Krut, gained national recognition for the measures it took to save the determined bird and its family, as well as customers, from peril. Main Street Gettysburg’s Lincoln Square entry won the School/Nonprofit prize. Sarah Dutton’s chapel was the public’s favorite in the home baker category. The event, co-sponsored by Kennie’s Market, featured 18 gingerbread creations and attracted a crowd of more than 1,200 people. Proceeds benefit programs for all ages at the Arts Education Center, 125 S. Washington St., Gettysburg. For more information, contact

THANK YOU TO OUR VENDORS!

Inessa Alper

Handmade knitwear and gifts, jewelry, body butters, and lotion bars.

Bobbi Becker

Adams County prints, paintings, Christmas cards, Christmas ornaments, and note cards.

Erin Brown

Postcards, paintings, and magnets.

The Christmas Haus

Authentic German Christmas items.

Wendy Heiges

Jewelry.

Susan Henry

Original handcrafted jewelry in sterling and 14K gold fill embellished with gemstones, crystals, pearls, shells, and organic materials.

Christopher Michael

Outdoor and Indoor holiday decorations, large gingerbread people.

Lori Nelson

Hand-thrown and hand-built stoneware, ornaments.

claytreefrog33@gmail.com

Janet Powers

Handmade ornaments and purses by Bosnian war refugees, Christmas and other photographic cards by Jan Powers.

James Rada Jr.

Books written by James Rada, origami cards, copper.

Stephanie Sanders

Handmade jewelry, ornaments, coasters and wine charms.

Lynne Suprock

www.simplyprettystuff.com

www.etsy.com/shop/simplyprettystuff.com

Pat Verderosa

A variety of handmade ceramic wares created in hobbyist’s home studio

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