Monday, May 23, 2011

The Prairie Pastimes Gallery





A couple of weeks ago Persimmon Forge joined a cooperative gallery in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas - Prairie PastTimes Antiques & Crafts.
http://www.prairiepasttimes.com/
(If you type the URL be sure to note the double t).
also
http://www.cottonwoodfallskansas.com/about/shopping/prairiepasttimes.html - is another reference about the opening event.

The theme is Made in the Flint Hills. Approximately 30 art/craft persons are represented.

Prior to my association their rack card listed these items:
Antique Furniture Antique Accessories
American Girl and Barbie Doll Clothing
Hand-made Jewelry
Embellished clothing for women/girls
Art Furniture & Hand-crafted Silver
Hand-crafted Furniture
Hand-made Picture Frames
Home-made Jams and Jellies & Mixes
Baby Items & Toys
Hand-blown Glass
Stained Glass Decor
Hand-made Pottery
Fabric Kitchen Accessories
New Furniture of Reclaimed Lumber
Antique Music Instruments
Hand-crafted Wood Cutouts
Homemade Soaps & Candies
Decorative Painting
Quilts & Coverlets & TableCovers
Amusing Gift Items
Year-round Christmas Corner
Dancing
Music
Lectures
Crafts Classes

I also saw some fine photography and now I've added some ironwork so the diversity of the presentation is extensive.

The gallery is housed in a historic stone building in downtown Cottonwood Falls, Kansas at 220 1/2 Broadway St . Partners “work the store” on a rotating basis and stock, refresh displays, and do other “housekeeping chores”. To learn more about Prairie PastTimes, contact Sue Smith (620) 273-6003

prairie-maid@sbcglobal.net.


http://www.persimmonforge.com/

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