Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut St., Lyons, will host its holiday boutique fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 1-2.
Hundreds of visitors attended in 2016 to shop various vendor booths and enjoy decorations that filled the museum. Attendees bought their holiday decorations and presents from the artisans and crafters placed throughout the museum.
This year’s vendors are Barb Arbogast with antique and seasonal decor; Christine Champion with vintage Christmas decor; Michele DiSanto with chocolate goods; Steve Duprey with artwork; Kristin Eckert with artwork and crafts made from nature; Marsha Fuller with holiday decor; the Heritage Society with all things peppermint; Terry Holt with dolls, pin cushions and pillows; Maia Horvath with glass, clay and mirrored art; Jay Hyland with jewelry; Pam Lee with handpainted, repurposed antiques; Nancy McDougall with dichroic glass jewelry; Pat Messure with jewelry and signs; Jack Milliken with florals and wreaths; Carol and Curt Schreiner with wire-wrapped jewelry; Jane Seen with pottery; Linda Shaffer with felted bags and chimes; Kathy Skenar with holiday pictures in the jail cell washroom; Sandy Sloane and Sharon Loveless with cheesecakes and fleece products; Marcela Slocum with crocheted items and baked goods; Suzie Smith with antique seasonal decor and estate jewelry; Marie Taber with small crafts and baked goods; and Sharon Yonker with cloth baskets and crochet items.
Each vendor will donate an item the museum raffle scheduled for 4 p.m. on Dec. 2.
The museum will serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day or $8. Coffee, teas and desserts will be available. Lunch will be located on the lower level, allowing vendors to set up on the first and second floors that are handicapped-accessible.
Call (315) 946-4943 or visit waynehistory.org for information.