The show wasn't all that big--about 15 booths, and several of those were party-type items: Silpada, Pampered Chef, etc. To me, that's not craft show material...if you can have a party at your house and buy this stuff, it's not a craft. But that's just me.
I didn't buy anything, but I did donate to the Greyhound Rescue League.Look at this handsome guy.
Nicky wanted to bring him home, but I didn't think Bingo and Muffin would be all that thrilled.
The downtown area had several nice memorials for those who had given their lives in war. This one covered WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf Wars.
The last one was all WWI...both sides were covered with names.
This one sparked quite the discussion...you may not be able to see the names, but the right side was labelled "White" and the names on the left "Colored". Nicky had never seen anything like that before. Quite eye-opening for him. He's never known intolerance like that. Lucky him.
Nice to remember those who gave their lives for our country, while we were also thinking of others who gave their lives 9 years ago today, however unintentionally. Never forget.