The Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut St., Lyons, will hold its annual holiday boutique from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 30-Dec. 1.
Hundreds of visitors attended last year’s shopping event that featured vendor booths and decorations. Shoppers bought their holiday decorations and presents from artisans and crafters stationed throughout the museum.
This year’s vendors are Jane Seen with pottery and the Lyons Heritage Society with all things peppermint; Jack Milliken with florals and wreaths; Jay Hyland with jewelry; Christine Champion with vintage Christmas items; Terry Holt with primitive dolls, pincushions and pillows; Steve Duprey with artwork; Sandy Sloane and Sharon Loveless with cheesecakes and fleece products; Carol and Curt Schreiner with wire-wrapped jewelry; Sharon Yonker with cloth baskets and crochet items; Pam Lee with hand-painted antiques and herbs; Chris Davis with glass items and framed historic maps; Michele DiSanto with chocolate goods; Jay Freer with natural fruit jelly and jam; Marge Perez with her latest book on Wayne County history; Cindy Duprey with historical fiction books and her Diana Hunter adult literature; and Erica Sachelli with holiday gnomes.
Kathy Sklenar will take holiday pictures in the Jail Cell Washroom. Each vendor will donate an item to the museum raffle, which will be drawn at 4 p.m. on Dec. 1.
The museum will serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily for $8, as well as coffee, teas and dessert throughout the day. Vendors will be set up on the first and second floors, which are handicapped-accessible. Lunch will take place in the lower level.
Call (315) 946-4943 or visit waynehistory.org for information.