The 45th annual Sum-Nelly Arts and Crafts Festival is scheduled from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday at J. R, “Dick” Dowdy Park in Summerville.
The event is always one of the most popular in the county with hundreds of visitors and dozens of vendors.
More than 100 artists, craftsman, food vendors and others are expected to be on hand to show and sell their wares and food. Admission is free.
A Tennessee Valley Railroad train will arrive at the park, also.
The event is coordinated by the Summerville Recreation Department.
The following will be vendors at Sum-Nelly and what they plan to sell include: Michelene Thurman, paparazzi accessories and jewelry; Tammy’s Glass Creations, glass creations, bird bath, bird feeders, table top bowls and glass flowers; Lana Bowman, pink zebra, soy wax, candles and warmers; Sheryl’s Cakes & Catering, food treats; Cheer U – Cicely Wooten, hot dogs, nachos, sodas, etc.; Caked Up – Kayla Hines, cupcakes; Lazy Beagle Fudge – Jamy Geisler, fudge, fried fish, sodas, etc.; Valerie Reed, dog treats, hair bows and key chains; Denise Barnes, gift baskets, cell phone holders and Kleenex holders; Sisters’ Act – Ann Baird, wreaths, collegiate door hangers, beaded book markers, tobacco baskets, farm house and holiday décor; Bonita Bows by Erica, children accessories bows, bow ties, cheer bows, newborn bows and tutus; Firefly Jewels, rustic jewelry from leather, wire and beads; Amy’s Accents, handmade wreaths, bows, man cave bottle openers, ornaments, etc.; Gary Thomas, handcrafter ink pens, shaving sets and sewing items; Brittany Dawson, glittered Yeti style tumblers and painted decals; Debra Collins, books and food; My Stamped Heart – Gracie Howard, necklaces, key chains, bracelets and rings; Bonnie Auger and Linda Ray, blankets, wreaths and decorations; Kerri Scoggins, quilts and quilted items; Mary Kay – Kayla Willingham, sales, hand cream samples and free product giveaway; She Shed Wreaths and Things – Lyn Everett, wreaths and decorative windows; Mother’s Mending Halos – Beth Houser, shirts, hats, fried pies, bottled water and other baked goods; Cindy Teems Clark, canvas and wood painting and some glass crafts; Jill Porter, kitchen stuff, bugs and dog coats; Lynna Phillips, up cycled denim jackets and vests, vintage spoon jewelry, barn wood décor and signs; Ianna Brandy Hogue Selfors, stepping stones; Tammy Runyon, candles and crafts; Lanell Ponder, fall arrangements, wreaths, crafted items, wooden pumpkins and scarecrows;
Also, Mustard Seed Soap Shoppe – Elaine Chambers. Handmade soaps, bath bombs, bath salt, scrubs, pillow sprays, potty sprays, beard oils, shaving soaps, lip balm, lotion bars and body butters; Ashes to Beauty – Laura Wolfe, seasonal woodcrafts; Sweet Southern Breeze Designs – Maggie Johnson, tees, totes, throw pillows, mugs and home décor; M Squared GA – Michelle Allen, metal signs, metal home décor, magnets and keychains; Team KK – Jolene Harrison, baked goods and handmade crafts; Cindy Elsberry, origami owl jewelry; Wooden Candles – Timothy Goodson, wooden candles; Chattooga Republican Party – Betty Brady, political literature; Barbara Crowe, wreaths, chargers, initial jewelry and scarves; Pretty Wear by Sher – Sherrie E. Helton, necklaces, bracelets and earrings; BB’s Rebirth Thrift Store – Betty Pendergrass, jewelry, clothes, toys, etc.; S&R Jewelry – Shirley Austin, jewelry and glass wear; Chamlee’s Honey Farm – Paul Chamlee, honey; EDR’s Catering – Demetris Roberson, hot dogs, sausage, chips and drinks; Dalton Resale Inc. – Melisa Morrison, apparel, jewelry and graphic T’s; Custom Cutting Boards – Sydnee Thompson, cutting boards/exotic wood; Sue Two Feathers – Sue Emerson, Native American items, jewelry, feathers, dream catchers, hunting knives, elk, leather sheaths; Cutie Cones, Mary Woods, ice cream, hot dogs, nachos, soda and meatball subs; Pick Me Up Bracelets – Kaylin and Joshlin Hill, handmade school and college bracelets; The Breast Center At Floyd – Vicki Serelt, learning materials; Myra Norton, jewelry; Veola Dunaway, food items, cakes and popcorn; Kim Plant, homemade soap; Shonda’s Edible Delights LLC – LaShonda Horne, gourmet popcorn, edible sand art, fresh lemonade and Italian ice;
Also, Pam Albert, Avon, etc.; Charlotte Dotson, crochet items; Betty Nichols, apple pies, quilts and baby things; T&T Sweet Treats – Jennifer and Nathan Thompson, drinks, boiled peanuts, shaved ice, popcorn, candy and hot chocolate; Marie Hanna, necklaces, earring and bracelets; Judy Motes, scarves, boggins and towels; Skip and George Pattern, tin men; Brian Braden, canvasses, coat racks and light switch covers; Ga Ga’s Boutique – Ginger Wofford, clothing and accessories; Origami Owl – Kimberly Barackman, jewelry; Michael Caruso, hand spun bowls; Triple “R” Jewelry and Jazzy the Balloon Artist – Danny Hester, jewelry and balloons; Rosalie Hamill and Mary Mayors, wooden turkeys, scarecrows, hand towels and painted skillets; Zelma’s Jams and Jellies – Zelma Yancey, jams and jellies; Pampered Chef – Donna Nelson, cooking tools; Leroy Cordle, barn wood tables, benches, birdhouses, hiking sticks, tomahawks, wooden trays, etc.; Paleo Sprouts – Rhonda Brown, planters and terrariums; Angie’s Scentsational Wax and More, wax, warmers and fragrance to go; Fisher’s Chapel Women Group, homemade breads, coffee, sodas and water; Fancy Farm Gals, jewelry, hair bows, sewing crafts, etc.; Seasons Décor, farmhouse style signs, handpainted signs and sweater pumpkins; Chattooga High School Chorus – Charles Kirk – water, pickles and candy; Mandy Ballard, dog collars and accessories; Charlie Grady and Stephanie Holtzclaw, door hangers, porch decorations, etc.; North Summerville Baptist Church – Missy Barrett, shirts, water and baked goods;
And, Debbie Chastain Cimo – Suzie Taylor, hats, scarves, gloves, vests, ponchos and paintings; Sincerely Sweet Soaps – Mimi Morrison, bath bombs, soap, shower steamers, body frosting, wax melts and sugar scrubs; Love Art – Billy Smith, acrylic and oil paintings; Chattooga County Wildlife Association – Rayburn Mitchell, raffle and fundraiser; Ronnie Beard, roasted corn and lemonade; Raven Avans Concessions – Brian Avans, handdipped corndogs, deep fried pickles, funnel cakes, fried Oreos and hot dogs;
Also, Small Town BBQ – Stan Rosser, barbecue; Aaron Adams, ribs, chicken and pork; Mosley Barbeque, pulled pork, chicken and ribs; Friends of James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park – Elaine Thomas, T-shirts and note cards; Cracked Caldron – Matthew Hall, clocks, fantasy items and Harry Potter items; Smokin Butties BBQ, Brunswick stew, hot dogs, funnel cakes and sodas; Jazzy T’s Phoenix Heart Design, jerky, spices, hot sauce, owl pillows, pumpkins and wire dragon flies; Chattooga High School, Barry Peppers, fundraiser raffle tickets for car giveaway; Paparazzi – Jeni Hughes, jewelry, necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings; Twisted Treats, Beth Bowen, lemonade and fresh fruit drinks; Aunt Kook’s Krafts, door hangers; Jessica Gann, handmade bags and pocketbooks; Ashlin Hill, brownies and cookies; Democratic Party of Chattooga County – Cynthia Hubler, campaign literature, absentee ballots, fans, stickers, etc.; Morgan’s Balloons – Charlie Long, fall and Christmas decorations, fudge, peanut brittle and pecan brittle; Spring Creek Baptist Missions – Ed Flener, water, cold drinks also free coffee and hot chocolate; and, Mama Rita’s – Rita Butler, Italian ice and pork skins.