By NEMS Daily Journal
CORINTH – Old style crafters are a key component of Corinth’s celebration of heritage days, so the search is on for traditional crafters and artists for the Oct. 28-29 Crossroads Museum Heritage Festival.
Organizers are preparing for the 16th annual event, which moves this year from its previous location on the grounds of the Verandah Curlee House Museum.
Festival admission is free. Crafters and artists may participate at no charge by demonstrating and selling their products or by holding demonstrations only. If the crafter or artist wants to sell only, there is a $10 fee that includes both days.
For reservations, call (662) 415-1396, email Janice Knighton, janiceknighton @comcast.net, or email Cathy Wood, cathylwood @gmail.com.