The 46th annual Sum-Nelly Arts and Crafts Festival is scheduled from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. tomorrow at J. R. “Dick” Dowdy Park in Summerville.
The event is always one of the most popular in the county.
More than 100 artists, craftsmen, 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 around 1 p.m. also.
The event is coordinated by the Summerville Recreation Department.
The following will be vendors at Sum-Nelly and what they plan to sell:
Marie Hanna – handmade jewelry; Dianne Beach “Firefly Jewels” – jewelry made from wire, beads, leather, bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces; Billy Smith – art; Matthew Hall – clocks and wall art; Sydnee Thompson – woodwork and crafts, cutting boards and bowls; Diane Veatch – jewelry and flower arrangements; Pick Me Up Bracelets and Baked Goods, Kaylin and Joshlin Hill – school and college bracelets – brownies and banana bread; Aaron Adams – barbecue ribs, Boston butts and chicken; Friends of Sloppy Floyd State Park – brochures, flyers, peanuts and shirts; Smokin’ Butties BBQ – Charles Kirk – Brunswick stew and drinks; Sisters’ Act, Ann Baird – wood crafts items, wreaths, Halloween and fall decorations; Pam Albert – Avon, what knots and a variety of other items; Corn Man, Ronnie Beard – roasted corn; Bonnie Auger – painted items, crocheted blankets, hats, and wreaths; Judy Motes – crocheted items; Skip Patten, crocheted items, tin men, etc.; Mosley Barbeque – barbeque ribs, chicken, pulled pork, fish, tornado potato, funnel cakes, hot dogs, hamburgers and Brunswick stew; Charlotte Dotson – knitting and crocheted items and baby stuff; Mama Ritas’, Rita Butler – Italian Ice and fresh pork skins; Sassy Bows, Valerie Reed – hair bows, key chains, dog treats and scrunches; Rosalie Hamill – woodwork and crafts, benches, scarecrows and turkeys; Small Town BBQ, Stan Rosser – BBQ pulled pork, chicken and ribs; Angie Conner – fragrance products and home décor; Sincerely Sweet Soaps, Mimi Morrison – bath bombs, shower steamers, body wash, wax melts, flower wreaths, Christmas tree wreaths and wood drink coasters; Raven Avans Concessions, Brian Avans – hand dipped corndogs, funnel cakes, deep fried Oreos, deep fried jalapenos and pickles, coke products, tea and hot dogs; Season’s Décor, Denise and Leon Rhinehart – hand painted signs, sweaters pumpkins, trees and gnomes; Leroy Cordle – Old Barn wood crafts, wooden tables, benches, birdhouses, tomahawks, wooden planters, trays and walking sticks; and, Veola Dunaway, hot dogs, chicken and fries, cakes and pies;
Also, Kim’s Handmade Soaps – handmade soap cedar soap blocks; Triple R
Jewelry/Jazzy the Balloon Artist – handmade jewelry and balloon art; Charlie
Grady Adoorable Hangers, Stephanie Holtzclaw – custom door hangers; T & T Sweet Treats, Jennifer Thompson – shaved ice, popcorn, candy, etc.; Fancy Farmgals – crafts, Coke tab bags, jewelry, Paracord items and wreaths; Zelma’s Jams & Jellies, Zelma Yancey – jams and jellies; Ga Ga’s Boutique, Ginger Wofford – clothes; Chattooga Wildlife Association, Rayburn Mitchell – raffle; Rhonda Long and Lynna Phillips – handmade crafts, journals, key rings, earrings, hair bows and wood items; Kristy Dennis – campaign information, drinks, popcorn and cotton candy; Anita Evans – bracelets and T-shirts; Sherrie E. Helton – handcrafted necklaces, bracelets and earrings; Ruby’s Creations, Nancy Adams – design and fashion throw pillows, gift bags, rice bags, etc.; V B Reclaimed, Belva Richardson – art made from salvaged materials, paintings and driftwood art; Momma Heather, Heather Brown – folk art, paintings, hand painted gourds and bottles; Snazzy Snaps, Lori Rowe – Snap Jewelry; Rachel Fryar – fresh cut flowers; Donald Meyer – Bible study materials-free; Amy Price – wood crafts, signs and wood items; Kaleidoscope, Donna Koonce – wooden pallet signs; TMMA Farms, Maryann Marsh – Alpaca Fleece products, sweaters, gloves, scarves, bears, and yarn; T T & D Take Out, Lisa – shrimp kabobs, chicken kabobs and burgers; Chicken Lips Street Food, Mike Bryant – Brunswick stew; Girl Scout Troop, Renee Hines – variety of hair bows, handmade bowls, baked goods, sun catchers and bracelets; Susan Cook – crafts, wreaths, pumpkins, paintings and Mason jars; Tupperware Tales, Keri Beth Roberts – kitchen products, food storage, food prep, etc.; Alex and Sally Hosmer – Indian corn, corn stalks and bows; Usborne Books and More, Chastidy Zeno – children’s books; Humble Bee Farms, Casey Shields – herbal salves, lip balm, salt scrubs, beard balm, beard oil, essential oil blends, jams, jellies, etc.; Judy Jenkins and Kristi Ware – handmade crafts, jewelry, pebble art, wood burning, etc.; and, Rodriquez Johnson – popcorn and candy apples;
Also, The Coral Cactus Boutique, Candy Dawson – boutique items; Angela Sparks – handmade signs, vinyl graphics, cups, fudge, and flower arrangements; Angie’s Wreaths & Things, Angie Quails – wreaths and flower arrangements; R Creations, Lynn Rowland – Train T-Shirts, postcards, plush key chains, toys and handmade bracelets; Jordan Walker – Piano studio display and performance; Michael Roberts – landscape and wildlife art done in oil, acrylic and pastel; Sandra Jones and Carmen Edwards – crocheted and loom items, hats, scarves, dish towels and gravestone toppers; Cindy’s Creative Touch of Paint, Vanderson’s Candles, Cindy Vanbrunt – handmade ladders, hand painted ornaments, hand poured candles and coasters; Wreaths & Such, Pat Wilson – seasonal wreaths, soy candles and three-tiered servers; Old Bear Trail, Wesley Garren – wooden crafts, monogram plaques, hampers, totes and bee catchers; Holland Lodge #47, Harry Harvey – food, fish and fries; Addie Grace Boutique, Caylee and Heather Marks – bows, head wraps and clothing; Beth Youngblood – crocheted items, signed copies of Haunted Northwest Georgia, face and dish scrubbies, hair accessories, etc.; Pleasant Grove church of Christ, Hugh Glaze – distribution of religious literature; Boho Girls Tie Dye, Amber Jones – Tie dye shirts, tea towels, socks and bags; Camo Princess Designs, Krista Allen – custom created T-shirts, decals, boutique items, key chains, water bottles and Chap Stick holders; Debbie Cooper – dream catchers and macramé tree of life; Barbara Dover – handmade jewelry, stationary, soaps and bags; Sharon Haney – fused glass bowls, stained glass panels and fused wind chimes; Chaney Weston Waldon – blacksmithing and woodworking items and toys; Down Home Textiles, Megan Roberts – washable, interchangeable decorative pillows, and stuffed animals; Southern Blitz Creations, Brittany Dawson – custom tumblers, decals, key chains, etc.; Dixie Chic Design, Lisa Rector – glitter tumblers, shirts, phone grips, baby headbands; Tammy McNeese – jewelry and clothing; Hamilton Creations, Annette Hamilton – hand crafted lamps, tables and benches; Dreamers Outreach, Maurice Martin – T-shirts for Cancer Awareness; Connect Students, Ethan and Ariel Bradley – beef jerky and water; Deshana Mosley – baked goods; Cindy Woodall – shirts; Dennis Lea – acrylic and canvas paintings; Boulder Design by C&M Custom, Cynda Sims – variety of boulders, military, collegiate and welcome; Chattooga Shrine, Trampus – information about organization and water; Jeremy Shuler – leather bags, wallets, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, etc.; Brian Braden – wood crafts, canvas, wood coat racks, pillows, and light switch covers; Key Lime Wireworks, Kristen Brown – handmade jewelry, earrings, rings, necklaces and bracelets; J & T Hilltop Crafts, Tammie and Jackie Parker – woodwork, wreaths, T-shirts and more; Lilly Crafts and Sweets, Cheyenne Crowley – vinyl decals, resin jewelry and paint poured items; D & S Produce, Stephanie Yarbrough/FFA – pecans and nut products; Chattooga County Republican Party, Meredith Rosson – voter registration, raffle for gun safe and patriotic items; Ryan and Kathy Heinrich – wood flags, signs, and lanterns; Subligna Rd. church of Christ, Alan Campbell – information, pamphlets and flyers; Kenneth Parker – wood carvings and gourd carvings; Valarie Kellett – fried pies, apples, and other items; Friends of Chattooga County Library, Shelly Baker – cookbook certificates or cookbooks; Ashlin Hill – slushies and tea cakes; North Georgia Cruisers – raffle for bicycle; and, Shonda’s Edible Delights – gourmet popcorn – variety of flavors.