It’s a little chilly outside, isn’t it? You want to stay inside and keep warm when it’s cold, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you want to stay home. Instead of just chilling at home, hang out inside at the Craftin’ Cajuns Indoor Craft Show and Marketplace. Whether you go alone or with a friend, it will be great fun. This indoor event will be at the Houma Terrebonne Civic Center on March 16 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. It’s free to attend, and you’re sure to find all kinds of goodies when you go. Find something for yourself or get a unique gift for a loved one at this one-of-a-kind craft show.
What Will You Find?
The craft show has 140 vendor spaces, and it’s sold out. That means you can shop goods from 140 vendors. Expect a wide variety of products when you attend the show. Bath bombs are always a hit at the craft show, and they’re so much better than the ones you’ll find at a retail store. These handmade bombs will make your bath more luxurious than ever. That’s something to look forward to, isn’t it?
You can also expect to find unique pot pads and so much more. These aren’t items that are readily available in stores, so be sure to check it out. You’re sure to find a perfect item for your home and some gifts when you shop here.
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Help the Local Economy
It’s important to shop locally to help the small businesses in your community, and this craft show gives you the chance to do exactly that while finding amazing items. You’ll support local vendors with each item you buy, and much of that money will go back into the economy. That’s a great reason to attend the craft show, isn’t it?
You’re going to get your shop on at the craft show. Don’t stop there, though. You can also do some shopping at Barker Buick GMC in Houma, Louisiana. Pick out a new Buick or GMC you can drive to the craft show and everywhere else you want to go.
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