Led by a volunteer team, The Woodward School held its 8th annual Craft Fair on Sunday December 11th in the main schoolhouse building on Hancock St. The Robert Johnston Auditorium, the Greenleaf Room, and the lobby were hosts to crafters and vendors offering a wide range of gifts for sale at over 40 tables. Items for sale included jewelry, candles, fudge, flower designs, crocheted and handknit items, photography, gift baskets, clothing, herbed salt, airbrush tattoos, glassware, shell crafts and blankets.
Woodward students sang and performed musical numbers, filling the halls with the sounds of the season. A cafe decorated by the National Arts Honor Society featured art from Woodward students and offered a place for holiday shoppers to relax and enjoy donated baked goods, hot chili, chowder and other items.
Many of our crafters and vendors have participated in this event over the years and we are especially grateful to them for their support again this year. Planning for next year’s fair is already underway!
A big thank you for to our guests, crafters, vendors, and family, student, and staff volunteers for making this year’s Craft Fair a fun filled success.