19th Annual Spring Craft Show, Plus An Art Open House At The Longview Recreation Center At Spring Hill
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department invites you to the 19th Annual Spring Craft Show on Saturday, March 2nd. Spring into Spring and choose from a variety of original handmade crafts, gifts, Easter decorations and beautiful home décor items. You and your family will enjoy a relaxing day shopping for crafts such as stained glass, jewelry, woodworking, bird houses, crochet, quilted items, soaps and candles, doll clothes, photography and more.
Parents, be sure to bring the kids and your cameras to get a picture with the Easter Bunny. “EB” will be arriving at 1 p.m. to hand out a little Easter Goody to each boy and girl. Don’t wait for those long lines at the mall – get your Easter Holiday pictures here!
New this year, in combination with the Craft Show, make plans to attend the annual ArtSparks arts and crafts open house also on March 2! There will be a showcase gallery full of professional and amateur talent provided by students and instructors from 20 different types of art classes offered at Longview.
Children and adults alike will want to “spark” their creative side with free “make-it, take-it” projects, demonstrations and face painting. The Sticky Fingers Pre-School Club will also feature their very own Art Show. This year, participants can make a scarf for the homeless, and many instructors will be on hand to demonstrate their craft and answer any questions you may have.
The Craft Show and ArtSparks events will be held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Longview Recreation Center, 2909 Commonwealth Drive in Spring Hill. Admission is FREE and door prizes will be awarded throughout the day. For more information about the Craft Show, call Darlene Monk at (615)302-0971, ext. 2216. For more information about ArtSparks, call Lauren at (615)302-0971 ext. 2225. WCPR would like to thank the sponsors of this year’s Spring Craft Show. Sponsors include The Children’s Academy, SportClips, McDonald’s of Spring Hill, True Roots Nursery, Cracker Barrel, Integrated Health Center, Zen Massage and Chick-fil-A.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is a public organization, here to benefit the community. Anyone, including out-of-county residents, can register for and participate in classes and events, even if you don’t have a facility pass! For more information on department events please visit www.wcparksandrec.com.
Category: Entertainment, Arts & Recreation