Vintage in Verdi

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Garcia’s Crafty Garden is joining us once again but this year she’s bringing something new! Gina (no, it’s not me), is a Verdi resident and neighbor! She got extra creative this year and began painting animals and creatures she sees here in Verdi. We love her bright colored animal art! Each piece is painted by her and you’ll find them on canvases, totes, wood and more. She will also have mason jars filled with her homemade caramels! Come browse her booth and find the little animal that makes you smile to take home with you!

A Vintage in Verdi favorite is back!!! Say hello to Martini Windchimes!! They make recycling sound like music to your ears! They will have their unique selection of metal windchimes made from recycled metals. Each one is unique and one of a kind.

So they don’t have an “official” booth name but with all this creativity we are sure Shyla and Jamie will come up with a great one! They will be bringing their unique barbed wire Art, wood signs, barbed wire signs, dream catchers, leather and turkey feather earrings, Mesquite European mount holders, deer antler meat hooks and an array of upcycled items! This is their first year and we are stoked to have them!

Coming back to our Artisan Food Alley is none other than Gant Family Delights!!

Michael and Linda have been with us for a few years now and have brought happiness and cheer along with their gourmet treats! They spread kindness like glitter (the glitter you can always find a trace of no matter how hard you try to get rid of it!) we’ve seen it firsthand! They will be stocked up with delicious gourmet chocolates, banana pudding bites, chocolate dipped jalapenos, gourmet jams like strawberry basil, jalapeno and mango jalapeno. Trust us their stuff is DELICIOUS we know by experience!

Bible Study on Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. at the Verdi Community Center. Come join us.

Word for the Week: “How come you never see a headline like, “Psychic Wins Lottery?” – Jay Leno

My time is up and I thank you for yours.

TTFN (ta ta for now),

Gina Huizar

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