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The Red Caboose to host Valentine’s Day open house

Local artists work on display tomorrow from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Red Caboose Regional Artisan Center, located inside the Visitors Center at Heritage Station, will present “Love Is An Art That Comes From The Heart” from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. This event will highlight local artists who feature their creations for sale in The Red Caboose.

Artists scheduled to be presenting at the event include: Paige Cruz (gift baskets); Brittany Ward (jewelry); Debbie Bell (fudge); Lynne Welch (scarves); Linda Childress (paintings); Tina Hays (lavander wands and heart boxes); Just Jones (wood carver and carpenter); Tracy Hatfield (wood burnings and wood work); Pure Serenity Day Spa (Milton full-service Day Spa); Katarena Jarrell (soap, lotions, and other beauty products); and Jenny Groves (jewelry).

The Caboose is also having a gift basket raffle, which will run through Feb. 13. All shoppers are given one free chance to bid and will receive additional chances for every $15 spent in the Caboose through Feb. 13. The baskets are “Ladies Treat,” “Special Fella,” and “Treat Yourself.”

“This is a great way to handle your Valentine’s Day shopping,” said Katarena Jarrell, manager of the Red Caboose. “We have so many unique items, including some glass hearts we just got from Blenko Glass.”

The Red Caboose Regional Artisan Center is owned and operated by the Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau. The shop, located in the Visitors Center at Heritage Station, features creative, and often one-of-a-kind, products hand-crafted by our region’s artisans. Give a piece of West Virginia to your family, friends and clients. For more information, call 304-525-7333, or visit www.wvvisit.org.