Craft vendors drew crowd to Sharon Green Saturday

Country Spice — Myrtle Hayden on fiddle, Gary Tuthill on guitar and Daphne Nayler on bass — performed behind the Sharon Lions Club tent. Photo by Jennifer L. Kronholm

SHARON — Even at 10 a.m., cars already lined the streets along the Green and parking was hard to find. The Sharon on the Green Arts and Crafts fair once again drew a healthy crowd of vendors and shoppers Saturday, Aug. 6.

Crafters from near and far, old friends and new, offered everything from the ubiquitous American Girl doll clothes to decoupaged light switch covers.

Richard Heys and his wife, Anna, of Litchfield sold hand-carved wooden bowls made from local wood.

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