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Event features vendors, barn quilts, food, door prizesThe Buffalo Art Walk & Craft Fair is back for 2021, after it was canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s event promises to be one of the bigger art walks, with more than 50 vendors planning to attend. Vendors from across the region have signed up to come, and the public is encouraged to support these small businesses after such a difficult year. The event will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 1, on the Buffalo square.The theme of this year’s event is barn quilts, and people of all ages will have the opportunity to create barn quilts during the event. Smaller barn quilts can be created by children, by donation, on a first-come, first-served basis. Larger barn quilts can be created at the University of Missouri Extension’s booth, for a fee.In addition to the vendor booths and various hands-on art activities for all ages, the art walk will include a variety of food trucks, music and door prizes. Dance Sensations performers will put on a show at 11 a.m.Vendors include the following: Ryan Doty, Ryan’s Cedar Crafts — woodworking, birdhouses and bird feeders, cutting boards, cheese boards, wooden dolls; Julia Flores, The Magick Hollow — handmade soaps and lotions, handmade candles, clay jewelry, clay jars, beaded bracelets; Autumn Stevens, Vinions — keychains, badge reels, signs, shirts, phone grips, magnets, phone stands, bookmarks; Paige Wise, Because of a Cat Creations — handmade crochet items; Richard Willis, R&M Crafters — woodworking, glass etching, knitted hats;Amy Smith, Get Your Bag On! — handmade cross-body boho bags and ponchos; Betsy Gundersen, Bizzy B’s Soaps & Such — soap and bath products; Brenda Caldwell, Brenda’s Unique Things — cross-body fabric water bottle holders with optional attachable wallet, cotton face masks; Sheila Hutchison, Sheila’s Very Merry Bows & Stuff — wreaths, cups, aprons, tea towels, other home decor; Janet Shepard and Katie Rock, KK’s Closet — pillows, upcycled items, magnets, doll clothes;Crystal Jackson, Rescued Treasures Freedom Boutique — handcrafted (by survivors of human trafficking) jewelry, bags, stuffed toys, accessories, miscellaneous; Beth Ray, Ray’s Hand Crafts; Chantel Kemper, Kemper Farms — jellies, rinds; Jamielle Berry, Three Deer Designs — earrings, key fobs, signs, shirts;Connie Clark, Connie’s Crafts — fabric and kitchen crafts, repurposed yard ornaments, photography; Bonita Davis, Created by Davis — vinyl T-shirts and bags, hats, crocheted towels, afghans, pillows, etc.; Tina Hough, Nuts & Candy Craze — fresh roasted nuts, lemonade; Terri Caughron, TSP Designed — custom tumblers, junk journals; Evelyn Painter, Support the Troops — Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary sisters will have baked goods, arts and crafts of all kinds, crocheting, baking fudge;Dona Williams, Williams Kettle Corn — kettle corn; Mike Braswell and Mark Stallings, Carousel Creations — fair food; Deanna Stuckey, Painters Retreat — art gallery work, painting demonstrations during event; Richard Beavers, Disabled American Veterans 62 — burgers, dogs, etc.; Mary Lou Dunnihoo — crochet;Alice Rahe and Jamie Campbell, AD & JR Crafts — rag quilts, bags, purses and more; Kristie Tudor, 3 Chicks Farm — handmade items, sweet breads, bowl cozies, bag holders, scrubbies, hair ties, lanyards; Yoni Vargas, Chameleon Cuisine — Mexican, vegan, vegetarian and more; Teresa Griesse — barn quilts; Tammie Spradling, Chicks and Sticks — wood serving boards, wood carvings, tables, leather products;Linda Behymer and Helen Elston, Mountain Mama — jewelry, leather, quilts; Tregg Geren, Polka Dot Pig — food truck; Kathy Sawyer, Kathy’s Krafts LLC — wooden items, old windows, glass etching; Kayla Ortega, American Legion Auxiliary Post 639 — resin art, birdhouses, etc.; Angie Rash — faux stained glass, jewelry, wind chimes, magnets, painted garden rocks;Jeshua Hayes, JC Treasures — signs, pendants, etc.; Charlotte Jones, Polk County House of Hope — art and kids activities; Mary Gainey — pottery; Carrie Hulsey, The Haven — kids activities, cardboard dollhouses; Donna Patterson — rag rugs, crocheted dishcloths, hot pads, miscellaneous handmade items;Nancy Heard and Gretchen Swena, Trippy Hippie Girls — boho hippy upcycle crafts and more; Dan Sheckler, Sheckler Insurance dba HealthMarkets — kids live painting and drawing; Mehala Keller, Woodpecker’s Workshop — custom car decals, stencils, fairy garden kits, wooden crafts; Tessie Ege, Mama T’s Sweet Shop — baked goods, candies, gifts and snacks; MU Extension — barn quilt activities;Earthwork Creations — handcrafted, one-of-a-kind jewelry sets; Rachel Joubert, Xylo Creations — laser-engraved coasters, Hot Wheels displays, signs.An exhibition art gallery also will be featured during the art walk, inside Buffalo City Hall. The exhibition will include works of art by numerous artists from the area.Everyone is invited to come to the art walk and join in the fun.Art walk T-shirts are now available for purchase from the Buffalo Downtown Association, which organizes the annual art walk. The shirts are available at Nimmo Insurance on the Buffalo square for $12 each. The funds go to the downtown association. For more information about the shirts, contact Devona Allen of Nimmo Insurnace at 417-345-2103.For more information about the art walk event, contact Carrie Hulsey, art walk committee chairwoman, at 417-414-3003.
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