Aug. 31 deadline set for Geneva Women's Club 46th annual craft show

  • Holiday themed crafts for sale at the 2019 Geneva Women's Club Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. The deadline for crafters is Aug. 31.

    Holiday themed crafts for sale at the 2019 Geneva Women's Club Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. The deadline for crafters is Aug. 31. Mark Black for the Daily Herald

 
 
Posted7/23/2021 12:23 PM

The Geneva Women's Club will hold its 46th Arts & Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, in the Prairie Events Center-West at Kane County Fairgrounds, 525 S. Randall Road, St. Charles. The show features more than 100 crafters, with handmade holiday gifts, seasonal and everyday decor, a bake sale, food trucks, and raffle items. Attendance is expected to be 1,500.

Applications and the $125 booth fee are due by Aug. 31. Visit genevawomensclub.org/arts-and-crafts-show/.

 

Early bird applications and fees have ended. The Rookie Row and Corner Booths are sold out.

All state of Illinois COVID-19 guidelines will be followed

Proceeds benefit the Geneva Women's Club eight core charities: CASA Kane County, Fox Valley Hands of Hope, Lazarus House, Mutual Ground, TriCity Family Services, TriCity Health Partnership, LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, Geneva Unit District 304, and families.

Geneva Women's Club, originally founded in 1940 as the Young Mother's Club of Geneva, is a nonprofit philanthropic women's organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of women, children, and families in the Fox Valley. The club supports the community by concentrating our volunteer and fundraising efforts on key areas of concern: hunger, health/wellness, and education. To become a member, apply online at genevawomensclub.org/membership-application/

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