Gallatin has a tradition of celebrating and supporting American handmade crafts at this premier event at the Gallatin Civic Center every year for over the past 35 years.
This year was no exception folks shopped one-of-a-kind, finely crafted artwork directly from talented crafters. A unique feature of Gallatin craft show is that you can get your entire holiday gift giving items in one stop.
While shopping, you’ll meet the crafters, learn what inspires them and how they take raw materials like clay, wood, metal and glass and transform them into fine craft.
On Saturday, citizens not only shopped for themselves but, they also generously donated hundreds of dollars to the all-inclusive Miracle Park project. A true sign this is the season of giving and Gallatin Parks and Recreation thank all of those who gave at this event.
The Christmas Harvest Craft Fair is always held on the third Saturday each year and is planned for Nov. 21, 2020. We look forward to seeing you at the craft show next year.