King’s Daughters to host craft fair Oct. 13
ASHLAND, Ky. — King’s Daughters Medical Center will host a community craft fair from noon-8 p.m. Tuesday in Ashland under a tent at Central Avenue and 24th Street.
The Let’s Get Crafty Fair will include nearly 40 vendors, most of whom are KDMC team members, as well as crafters from around the region. There will be a wide variety of crafts and price ranges available to shoppers, with anticipated offerings to include:
• Seasonal (fall, Halloween, Christmas) wreaths and other décor items;
• Handmade quilts;
• Jewelry and leather goods;
• Themed (seasonal, colleges/university) handmade children’s clothing;
• Hair bows and beaded necklaces;
• Bath/body products, soaps, bath fizzies, moisturizing bath melts;
• Woodcrafts such as pole people (Santa, snowmen, witches), shudder scarecrows and snowmen and pallet crafts.
“We thought this would be a great way to showcase our multi-talented team members to the community,” said Tracy Woods, of community relations. “They not only possess the clinical skills and knowledge to provide great patient care, but they also have a lot of creative talent.”
Woods said the fair’s vendors are not limited to King’s Daughters team members. “We are fortunate to have many talented crafters from throughout the region selling their work at our first craft fair,” she said.
KDMC is a locally controlled, not-for-profit, 465-bed regional referral center, offering comprehensive cardiac, vascular, medical, surgical, maternity, pediatric, rehabilitative, psychiatric, cancer, neurological, pain care, wound care and home care services. For additional information, visit us online at kdmc.com or call 1-888-377-KDMC (5362).