A craft and vendor show hosted by the Cincinnatus Community Foundation to Support Education is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Willet Town Hall on 1425-1427 State Route 41.
The foundation hosting the show is a non-profit organization that supports students attending Cincinnatus Central School. Emily Stith, a member of the foundation, said the organization raises funds for field trips to a pumpkin patch, books for the school district’s library, to bring guest speakers into the school and more.
“(The organization) tries to do enrichment activities for students that might not fit into the normal (school) budget,” Stith said.
Admission to the show is free. The show includes “a lot of local community vendors that (sell) handmade items,” Stith said.
Doug’s Fish Fry (based in the town of Cortlandville) will be serving food at the show from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Doug’s will be donating a portion of their earnings that day back to the foundation.
The Lourdes Mammogram Van — a mobile mammogram unit out of Binghamton — will also be present.
“The show is aimed at supporting local small businesses, while supporting students at the same time,” Stith said.
Here’s a link to the Facebook event page for the craft show:
For information on the foundation, here’s a link to their Facebook page: