The popular Community-Wide Craft and Rummage Sale is back for its fifth year. Hosted by the Belton Area Museum Association, the event will be held on the grounds of the Historic Belton Train Depot on Saturday, March 18, 2017, from 8 AM – 1 PM.
“It’s your chance to do some early spring cleaning and straighten out those closets, storage sheds, attics, and basements. Bring your gently used items to sell at this big event,” said BAMA volunteer Alison Darby.
“Crafters who are interested in securing a spot are also encouraged to join us,” she added. “We already have eleven signed up for this event featuring wood crafting, tiles and monogrammed items, children’s clothing, handcrafted jewelry, baked goods, candles and soaps, and personal care items.”
For a ten dollar donation to BAMA, a 10 x 10 space will be reserved for all people who wish to participate in the craft and rummage sale. Approximately 40 sites are expected to be rented, so there will be a wide variety of items available for shoppers to purchase.
“We will advertise in all available media so we can have a great crowd of shoppers at the depot that Saturday morning of the sale. Everyone who participates as a seller should come away with a wonderful profit,” commented Darby.
Vendors should bring their own tables and be ready to set up at 7 AM the day of the event.
Applications for booth spaces can be picked up at the Depot, Wendell’s Country Store, and the News Chronicle office. Deadline for reservations will be March 15.
For more information or to reserve a space, please contact Alison Darby at 864-958-5264 or Abigail Burden, BAMA Executive Director, at the museum 338-7400.