Lots to do this weekend
A book sale and craft event make for a busy weekend in the area.
In addition to the open house events being held by Greencastle-Antrim merchants this weekend, there some other activities on tap.
The eighth annual Trinity Lutheran Church book sale continues from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday. And it's brown paper bag sale, at $6 for a bag of books. With the purchase of three bags, the fourth is free.
Proceeds support Habitat for Humanity, The Lunch Place, Waynesboro Human Services, the Greencastle Food Pantry, McConnellsburg Food Basket, and Women in Need. Any books that don’t sell are donated to other organization book sales.
Trinity Lutheran Church is located at 1186 Jason Drive, off Williamsport Pike.
The Cumberland Valley Craftsmen Guild will present juried fine craft and art from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 3 and 4 at the Trellis Terrace on the Penn National Golf Course, 3720 Club House Drive.
“Our members are excited to show their newest work just in time for the holiday shopping season” said Pat Beard, president of the CVC Guild.
Admission is free. There will be door prizes.
“We have a wonderful variety of original craftwork available.”
The Trellis Terrace is next to the main parking lot at the Penn National Golf Course.
Work will be offered by the following: Willow Creek Pottery, Michael Price McIntyre - functional and art pottery; Tom and Jennifer Davis - lampworked bead jewelry and blown glass; Ed Beard - Shaker boxes; Jesamie Handwovens, Pat Beard Handwovens - handwoven clothing and accessories; Linda Wenger - fiber art handbags; Barb Peshkin - calligraphy and illumination; Jennifer Berger – felted sculpture whimsies; Patric Schlee – harmonic windchimes and instruments; Shedrick Sloane – fine art photography; Frankie Yourgulez-Buhrer - fine jewelry; Anne Harvey – fabric and paper collage.
For information go to http://cumberlandvalleycrafts.org or call 597-9685.