Gary Rome Hyundai is hosting the dealership’s first ever Holiday Market Craft Fair in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Trees of Hope Event to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of CT and Western MA. Start holiday shopping early and support local business! A portion of the proceeds from the Holiday Market will be donated directly to the Springfield House. The Holiday Market Craft Fair is open to the public and will take place on Sunday November 13th from 12-4pm with over 30 crafters, vendors and artists.
The list of of participants includes:
- Elizabeth Sosnowich: Paws-A-Tively Delectables, All natural dog treats, bandanas, catnip toys/mats, blankets, pillows, accessories
- Walter Zemrock: Zem Stones, Christmas decorations like signs/plaques, and cards
- Jessica Dziewit: Crafters Gallery, Sublimation and vinyl crafting, beaded jewelry, wreaths, gifts, décor, apparel, and more
- Julie Miller: Color Street Consultant, dry nail polish strips
- April Austin: Could If We Wood, wood decor and signs
- Theresa Fleurent: Fine gold and sterling silver jewelry
- Lori Leblanc: Wickedly Wild Gourmet Sauces, gourmet sauces made from local ingredients. BBQ sauce, hot sauces, grilling rubs, dip mixes, salad dressing mixes, seasoned salts, jams, jellies, fudge sauces, peanut butter sauces, candied peanuts and pecans, coulis sauces, candied habaneros, and a few other homemade treats
- Brenda Narvaez: Gammys craft house, 3-D paper crafts and greeting cards
- Ed Bloniarz: Manhan Crafters, Natural and dye free self-care products including bath bombs, shower steamers, salt soaks, bubble bath, bar soap, foam soap, air freshener, hot/cold aromatherapy packs,
beard butter, lotion. Our children would also like to sell their goods – they do a variety of crafts under the name “little Crafters”
- Bridget Antunes: Botanical and vegan haircare and skincare products
- Lynn Legiadre: 10-year-old daughter (with my help) creates custom jewelry. Around the holidays, we create snowmen, grinches, reindeer, etc. She also always donates at least 50% of her earnings. Our prices are super affordable ($3-$10) and great for gifting
- Meg O’Neill and Angela Flanagan: Twisted Sister’s Tumblr’s, custom-made stainless-steel tumblers to keep your beverages hot or cold all day long
- Marie Regan: Marie Regan Designs, custom wood signs, ceramic ornaments, lanterns
- Siobhan Cullen: IrishRover, Dog Wear
- Michelle Labonte: Tupperware Consultant
- Barrie Houle: Tastefully Simple
- Pamela Rivera: Oreos pops, marshmallow pops, pretzel rods and more!
- Alex Rivera: Blk Photography Studio, Photographer/Videographer
- Maura Cullen: Wooly Bits, hand knitted sweaters for children and dogs using traditional Aran Stitching
- Theresa Whalen: Hand painted Christmas balls, glass and unbreakable, advent houses, hand painted candles (wax and battery), Chalkware Santa
- Colleen Serre: The Good Heart: donated a tree to the Trees of Hope Event, knitted Christmas ornaments, felted cat toys, pet bandanas, and garland.
- Jacqueline Diaz: Scentsy’s Consultant
- Alexus DeRosier: anime related art and popular media pieces. Most of my pieces are inspired by anime, some American cartoon and comic art, and stickers
- Lisa Alves: Quilted ornaments, reversible table runners, kitchen boas, reusable make up remover pads, hot pads, aromatherapy eye masks, sachets, etc.
- Julie Sokol: SOKOL coffee rosters, fresh roasted coffee beans
- Nichole Nelson: Livy Lu’s Children Boutique, online Children’s boutique that carries clothing and accessories
- Andrea Irving: Moon Nymph Creations: Keychain, tumblers, shirts, signs, etc.
- Gabriele Linnehan: Cell phone cases, Zipper pouches, neck pillows and eye glass cases
- Wendy Gasiorek: paper goods
- Tara Lanzo: paper goods Kimberly Beauregard: Local artist born and raised in Holyoke, giclèe archival prints some are of Holyoke, MA
The Ronald McDonald House of Springfield has delivered hope, compassion, and hospitality to over 12,500 families of critically ill or injured children. The House is the critical link that brings specialized medical treatment and the children who desperately need it. Its twenty guest rooms and one respite room are there to keep families together during one of the most challenging times of their lives. The House provides a warm home-like atmosphere with dedicated and committed staff and volunteers to support them every day throughout their stay. The House is a place they can call home that includes private and communal living spaces, a well-stocked kitchen providing snacks and meals, laundry facilities resource center, children’s playroom and the support of caring staff and volunteers.