Toymaker Jack Cathers of Bowling Green, top, arranges his display of wooden toys between visits from customers during the Lucas Crafts for Christmas show yesterday at the Lucas County Recreation Center.
At left, Donna Hahn of Delta admires Christmas trees crafted by Chris and Dave Roses of Wooster, Ohio.
cty crafts26p 11/25/2007 The Blade/Herral Long Pamela Garcia of Monroe has been making baskets for 23 years - learned the crtaft from her mother Note this was the last day of a three day show the crowds were so so Lucas Crafts for Christmas show ~ (Maumee) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Lucas Co. Rec. Center, 2901 Key St. The largest free holiday craft show in the area sponsored by the juried members of the Toledo Craftsman's Guild. This show will feature thousands of unique hand crafted decorative and seasonal items that would be great for your holiday decorating or for your holiday gift giving.
At right, Pamela Garcia of Monroe fashions a basket, a skill she learned from her mother and which she has practiced for 23 years. The craft show ended a three-day run yesterday.
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