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Wednesday, November 7, 2018


Photo by John EatonDisplaying some of the handcrafted items that will be for sale during the 10th Annual Christmas at the Point are: (from left to right) Connie Sienkowski, Jessica Sienkowski Thomas and Kathy Ulmer. Among the items shown are two fabric Camden bowls, earrings and a necklace, a jewelry roll, tree skirt, the word "Noel" trimmed in buttons, seasonal table runners and an appliquéd pillow.

LIBERTY—A unique shopping experience awaits those who stop in at Christmas at the Point between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. They will find many handcrafted one-of-a-kind gift items and lots of goodies. Everything will be inside the barn on the Sienkowski farm in East Point, not far from downtown Liberty. There will be free parking and admission and door prizes.

The women involved offer handcrafted items in their areas of expertise. Connie Sienkowski quilts and sews. Her granddaughter, Jessica Sienkowski Thomas creates jewelry, candles and ornaments. Both live in East Point. Brenda Sollenberger of Nauvoo will be offering homemade soaps, candies and cards. Kathy Ulmer will have specialty items in fabrics and Linda Brucklacher, handpainted decorative art and rock lamps complete with shades. Both are from Liberty. New this year is Judy DeGregorio of Montoursville who refurbishes lamps and makes custom lampshades.

For the 10th anniversary, there will be sewn fabric Camden bowls, table runners, tree skirts, quilts, quilling, hand-painted home décor, handcrafted jewelry, handmade Christmas ornaments, Christmas greens and door swags, all kinds of trees (wooden, fabric, feather and pine cone), wooden trivets to whirligigs, scissor magnets, and many other new items. Also available will be homemade candies, such as chocolates, peppermint patties and peanut butter cups, cookies, pumpkin rolls and maple syrup.

The barn will be decorated for the holidays. Sit down to eat while listening to Christmas tunes. There will be homemade foods for lunch, a snack or take-out, including soup and chili, coffee, hot tea, and hot chocolate as well as cookies and slices of fresh homemade pie.

In Liberty, take Route 414 east. Just beyond East Point Church turn left onto Bogar Run Road. At the “Y” bear right onto Taylor Run Road. The Sienkowski Farm is last on the left. The number on the mailbox is 299. From the turn onto Bogar Run Road to the Sienkowski farm is nine-tenths of a mile.

For information call 570-324-5951 any time.

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