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Tulsa Herb Society Hosts Carols and Crumpets
By Tourism Industry Partner
Carols and Crumpets, the highly anticipated herbal craft fair hosted by the Tulsa Herb Society, returns December 3rd from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Tulsa Garden Center. The event presents distinguished artists and crafters from a four state area.
Join the THS as they welcome new vendors Dan & Jennifer Brandt owners of Dutches Chocolate; Samantha Extance owner of Bohemian Romance and Lori Wilbins, a THS member and first time vendor.
Returning vendors who have been preparing for this delightfully herbal event are Judy Bailey owner of Artistry & Old Lace; Maggie Bonanomi owner of Simply Butternut; Kirk & Loretta Bowers owners of Clear Creek Farm & Garden; Jackie Bowlin owner of J.B. Creations and Nancy Parke owner of Chateau Debris.
Vendors who are related and enjoy crafting together are Sandy Chapman owner of Silver Spoons; Ann Humbert owner of Raintree Farm and Kim Humbert owner of From the Farm.
Scent and Spice vendors are Eileen Neer new owner of Scentables Candles; Charlotte & Dan Hayer owners of The Laughing Rabbit Soap Company; Jean & Carissa Pankey owners of 3Ps in a Pod and Tracy Evans owner of The Spice Market.
Jalene Riley owner of Utopia Gardens returns with live plants and a large assortment of living wreaths. Randy Pennington owner of Pennington’s Herb Patch will have a nice selection of dried herbs, cutting boards and other hand crafted kitchen tools and Daniel Regan co-owner of Garden Deva Sculpture Company will have Deva’s unique metal art. Crissie Gray is also returning this year.
Tulsa Herb Society member/vendors are Lois Galpin owner of The Open Leaf; Lou Ann Gray; Maureen Hemmert owner of the Butter Churn; Linda Randell owner of Rozu Ella and Ann Sittler owner of Ann Sittler Designs returns with her whimsical clay art.
The Tulsa Herb Society spends every Tuesday cooking and crafting for Carols and Crumpets; stop by their booth for a trip through an herbal wonderland of gifts and decorations. Their live greenery booth offers the freshest greenery at a reasonable price for one of a kind holiday decorating. Individual Tulsa Herb Society members will have a community booth. Sharon Ferguson, Mary Jo Gibbs and Elaine Rainey will have an array of items to add to the ambiance of the day.
Remember to drop by the Holiday Raffle Table to buy a ticket. You might be a winner!
The Snowflake Café offers a festive site to sit and visit with friends while noshing on good food. Lunch served from 11 am – 2 pm. Reservations aren’t required for lunch.
Mark your calendar for December 3rd from 8 am – 3 pm for a day of herbal shopping at Carols and Crumpets. The Tulsa Garden Center is located at 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK. Admission is free!
For more information contact 918/496-8019
or visit www.tulsaherb.com