Vintage in Verdi not only has booths run by grown-up folk, but it will have booths run by the little-folk. If you were at VNV last year you know what I’m talking about. Come out this year for more of a variety from our talented children. Homemade ornaments, jewelry, fruit baskets, even homemade jerky! These kids are truly amazing. We even have kids selling junk, aka, antiques and awesome stuff! Their booths will be full of all kinds of irresistible things. Come check out our young entrepreneurs.
Other vendor intros: My Lil’ Miss is coming back this year. There were happy little unicorns and reindeer all over VNV thanks to My Lil’ Miss. She will be bringing her unique and hand crafted girls hair bows, accessories and clothing!
SV Creations is a returning vendor and a customer favorite. All of her creations are inspired by Mexican American culture. She will have a cheerful booth filled with Christmas ornaments, small bags, key chains, pillows, stuffed animals, dolls and much more.
The Dusty Rust will be back this year. Sarah has been with us from day one as a friend and vendor. She is a true junker and can turn “junk” into beautiful and functional works of art. She has a creative eye and her booth will inspire you.
If you have unique products you’d like to sell at VNV, go to their Facebook page for contact information.
FYI, Charlie and Ermelinda Huizar will not be selling the third weekend in November, but they will be at Vintage in Verdi. Charlie and Ermelinda will be selling BBQ and homemade fried pies in the kitchen at VNV Friday and Saturday, December 6 and 7.
Bible Study on Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. at the Verdi Community Center. Come join us.
Word for the Week: “If you want to turn your life around, try thankfulness. It will change your life mightily.” – Gerald Good
My time is up and I thank you for yours.
TTFN (ta ta for now),