Library Craft Bazaar lifts holiday spirits

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  • Musicians Patsey Foote, George Regan and Bear play holiday music during the Friends of the Library Craft Bazaar and Book Sale in Superior on Dec. 2. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Connie Acker shows her collection of warm mitten made from recycled sweaters during the craft bazaar on Saturday. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    The Library sold raffle tickets for 25 gift baskets which were given away in the afternoon. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

  • Musicians Patsey Foote, George Regan and Bear play holiday music during the Friends of the Library Craft Bazaar and Book Sale in Superior on Dec. 2. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Connie Acker shows her collection of warm mitten made from recycled sweaters during the craft bazaar on Saturday. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    The Library sold raffle tickets for 25 gift baskets which were given away in the afternoon. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

The Annual Friends of the Library Craft Bazaar and Book Sale was held on Dec. 2 at the Superior School Elementary Gym. Vendors lined the room as patrons wandered around looking at jewelry, lotions, sweets, and other items.

The Library also sold cookies by the pound and Florence Evans figured they would sell about a 100 pounds of them by the end of the day. Raffle tickets for 25 gift baskets were also sold and winners announced late in the afternoon. Proceeds support the Mineral County Libraries.

Soup was also sold by the bowl and holiday music filled the air as musicians Patsey Foote played the viola, while George Regan and Bear played the guitar. Staci McGrew had stayed up most of the night making last minute cookies to stock her table. With mini pies, peppermint cookies, and chocolate dipped treats.

Connie Acker stood next to her table filled with warm mittens made from recycled wool sweaters and Jodi Calhoun showed necklaces made from real gold mined out of Trout Creek located south of Superior. Even Santa stopped by in the afternoon to visit with the kids and give the parents a mightly “Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas!”

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