We are so excited to see everything coming together for the event! We have finished the design and ordered our posters, have fresh new signs and banners coming, fun new and returning artisans and musicians applying!
Exciting, I say!
The first of several nation wide and 100 mile radius press releases has been published and promotional items are in the works!
We are anxious to see everyone event day, or enjoying the show!
We are excited to announce that our 2013 Artisan Applications are now open! Click the “Whale of a Tale” Artisan Sale link in the menu above to be taken to the event page for application link and event information.
We are so excited to be watching this event come together! We are going to have a great show! Lots of great artists and crafters will be there! We have triple the space we did last year, so we have space for you! Don’t be shy — get those applications in! We are going to go talk to folks at the Utica Square Art Show this weekend to talk to artists. We are seeking out the very best — hand selecting even! This event will be off the hook — one classy act!!! Check out our event page and facebook page…we even tweet! If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know. We are eager to hear from you! Thanks and have a fabulous day! Kat & the FOL Gang
We are so excited to see how the event is shaping up! We just placed the order for our event posters. It includes images of vendors who will be participating this year! Feel free to share with your artistic and crafty folks as well as those who ENJOY artistic and crafty creations!
“Whale of a Tale” Arts & Crafts Sale
This year’s event poster!
Calling all artistic and crafty folk!
Applications are now being accepted for our 2012 Whale of a Tale Arts & Crafts Sale! Event date is Saturday, October 27th.
I’m so excited I can hardly contain myself!!!
Simply fill out and submit your application using the form here.
Feel free to share within your fantastically artsy circle!
Also seeking Student Art Works, Home Schooling Groups, and Food Vendors…All things unique by unique Oklahoma folks!
Come join in on the fun and enrichment of the community!
Be sure to “like” our Event Facebook Page! It is listed in the “Attractions/Things to do” category, so it is sure to generate some traffic! Help spread the word by sharing with all your neighbors, friends and family to make this year a smash hit!
“Whale of a Tale” Arts and Crafts Sale
Catoosa Public Library and Community Center:
105 East Oak Street, Catoosa, OK 74015
Google Map Link to Event Location:
Saturday, October 15, 2011
10AM – 4PM
Man, oh man, have we ever been busy planning our “Whale of a Tale” of an event — it’s gonna be a whopper! One bite at a time, that is how you eat a whale, I keep telling myself. We have been working hard and getting the word out all over town and beyond! I am so excited to see things coming together and getting more excited with each passing day. Our final week brings us to the finishing touches – our banners and signs have been delivered and look great!
We have some exciting artisans and craftspersons that are joining us! Everything from jewelry and quilts to beautiful privacy stained glass, doll clothes and tutu’s for your little darlings and handmade soap and household cleaning products to clean up the aftermath of her Princess Party at the local event planning center! I am truly pleased with the quality of our vendors – too many to list! There will be a Vendor Directory provided. You’ll be able to find your favorite artisans and make note of others you found to add to your list of favorites!
Other fun things to note are that several vendors, as well as local businesses, are donating items to raffle; there will also be a 50/50 pot; and a bake sale of goooooood ole fashion home baked yummy goodness! Something for all ages — even crafts for the kiddos! Concessions will be available.
Hope to see many of you with a friend or three in tow visiting us at the Library and Community Center on Saturday, October 15th. We will be open for business at 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. This is a one day event, so don’t miss out!
Come out and support your local artisans — your library will thank you for it!