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Historical Society is Set for Craft Fair

A great response from vendors has meant just a few outdoor spots remain available, but also means that fair goers have plenty to see, eat and do Sept. 22.

Last year's annual craft fair at the Muskego Old Settlement Centre was rainy, but kept crowds coming anyway, and with a chilly but sunny forecast, planners are excited to return this year with a bigger event.

Laura Mishefske, a member of the Muskego Historical Society which organizes the event, says they are expecting more than 50 crafters to sell their wares, inside and out, rain or shine.

"We have everything from pottery, textiles, floral, greeting cards and wood crafts spread throughout the grounds," she said.

In addition, grill food will be served up along with Sweet Delights Kettle Corn and an old fashioned bake sale for the perpetually hungry. Tractor driven hay rides will also be offered around the grounds, and kids can enjoy facepainting by Faces to Follow and a petting zoo courtesy of Acres of Hope.

Speaking of hungry, the Muskego Food Pantry will also be there to accept your donations of food or dollars.

While indoor spaces are filled, Mishefske said there were a few outdoor spaces available; a 10 x 10 space is only $35 if you are an interested vendor.  Contact the Muskego Historical Society at sales@primpenny.com.

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