The holiday season is quickly approaching, and holiday stress often follows. This fall, you can kick things off with inspiration instead by joining the ladies of the Baker Assembly of God Church for their Holiday Inspiration Event on Saturday, November 2nd from 11am-2pm at the Fallon County Fairgrounds exhibit hall. This gathering was created for all ladies of the community as a way to enjoy a delicious meal and inspiring décor while shopping for holiday gifts in a relaxed setting. Baker native Beth Epley, Executive Director of the Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation, will be sharing some uplifting words during this year’s soup, salad, and dessert luncheon. Past attendees have said, “I look forward to this every year!” and, “I love to see all the unique table settings and getting a chance to shop and spend time with other ladies in the community.”
The vendors at Holiday Inspriation carry a diverse line-up of products to help you get started on your gift giving. Bunny Kouf will be there with a creative collection of homemade hats, with designs to appeal to all ages and tastes. Ashley Varner will feature handmade décor with a farmhouse flair, perfect for cozying up any space. Robin Miller will be on hand with Scentsy warmers and scented wax, as well as Color Street Nails, vibrantly colored nail polish strips that last up to ten days. Katie Crochets will be bringing knitted, crocheted, and hand woven gift items such as scarves, hats, bags, and headbands, as well as home items such as wash cloths, hot pads, dust mop covers, and even Christmas décor. Silverwear is a collection of wearable silverware art created by Jill Shelhamer. She specializes in making rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, Christmas ornaments, bookmarks, and many other unique treasures made from antique repurposed silverware. Johnson’s Metal and More is a small family owned and operated business that sells products of all types. Anything that can be printed can be incorporated into their creations of metal, vinyl, wood, glitter, and more! Cindy Irgens will be bringing a variety of handcrafted items to the event, offering homemade gifts to jumpstart your holiday shopping. O’Fallon Historical Society will be there with Montana souvenirs and local history books and memorabilia, with all proceeds benefiting our local museum. Mercy Market sells handmade products from international artisans, from jewelry to purses to home décor. It allows girls rescued from human trafficking and prostitution to start over and have a new life by providing them with skills and a trade. Supporting Mercy Market truly is a gift that keeps on giving. Last but not least, Holy Groundz will be on hand so you can grab a got beverage while you shop!
All ladies are invited to come out and bring a friend for an afternoon of food, fun, and inspiration!