The parking lot was packed and the aisles were almost too crammed to move as shoppers flocked to the 26th Annual Castle Rock Craft Show Extraordinaire. From home décor to antiques to specialty …
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The parking lot was packed and the aisles were almost too crammed to move as shoppers flocked to the 26th Annual Castle Rock Craft Show Extraordinaire. From home décor to antiques to specialty foods, there seemed to be something for everyone.
The event took place on Nov. 3 at the Douglas County Events Center. Area seniors hand made some of the items for sale but more than 150 vendors came for the free event.
Among them, Mary Waters and Randy Blunt, operating a stand selling Blunt's woodworking creations and pine beetle furniture.
“This is our first year,” Waters said. “We're having a lot of fun.”
The event also featured a silent auction, homemade food and treats, and door prizes. Proceeds go to the Castle Rock Seniors Activity Center to serve local seniors. As for next year, there's already a vendor waitlist, but those wanting to be added can contact the Castle Rock Senior Activity Center.
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