By Noah Alatza
The Westfield High School Band Boosters will host its 10th annual holiday craft show Nov. 17. The event, with more than 160 vendor booths, is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Westfield High School’s Multi-Purpose Instructional Facility, 18250 N. Union St.
“We always have some new and unique vendors,” said Maura Clark, vendor director for the craft show. “It’s all handmade and hand-embellished items.”
The event is a fundraiser for the band. Admission is $3 for adults. Kids 12 and under are free.
“We do this to raise money for the band and kids in the band,” Clark said. “There are other craft shows that run around the state, and the feedback we hear repeatedly is our kids are the most involved of all the shows the vendors do.”
Band members will perform live music. Visits with Santa also will be offered.
Vendors will sell fine jewelry, woodwork, pottery, clothes, dog bedding and more.
“This show has such a great reputation because all of our stuff is handmade and our (band) kids do such a great job,” Clark said. “I am looking forward to having another great show. I want vendors to be happy with their sales and see how awesome our kids are, and I want shoppers to find some cool gifts.”.
Pizza and Chick-fil-A sandwiches will be available for purchase. For more, visit westfieldbandboosters.org.