It’s another Family Friendly FUNdraiser for the Punta Gorda Historical Society. It’s happening at the History Park at 501 Shreve St. from 6 until 8 PM. Come see the historic homes decked out for Christmas. The Price House and Cigar Cottage are decorated in period style and really look great.
Every room just a little different and delightful.
There will be Christmas Cookie decorating for the kids on the Price House porch. So, come along and share a little Friday fun and make your own personal cookie 🙂
This Friday it will be a nice night at the History Park. The Christmas decorations are up and will be lit from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. It’s a family oriented fundraiser with a suggested donation of $5 for adults and children are free. The kids just might be able to give us some help decorating cookies.
Folks were working today on building a nice bench around a couple of trees so that they can take a shade break while working on their plots.
They even did a test sit on the partially completed project 🙂
If you have a sense of whimsy and are looking for large garden or lanai art you really need to see the stone and metal sculptures of Dennis Bialek at the Sunday Farmers and Artisans Market. As a volunteer gardener at the market, I particularly like the help from this volunteer. I just wish he could work a little faster.
His main form though is the creation of stone and metal creatures, Frogs, Turtles and Birds of various sizes. Here is Dennis with one of his larger pieces.
Made of natural stone, metal and glass these are all amusing and amazing.
and even manage to seem amused themselves. Dennis can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org but you should really stop by the market to see the ever changing works.
We have another new vendor, Pete The Popcorn Authors and publishers of fun, educational children’s books. Quite a variety there on the table. You are sure to find one that your child or grandchild will enjoy.
If your carving knife seemed a little dull and you wish it was REAL SHARP you should bring it to the Sunday Farmers and Artisans Market in the History Park at 501 Shreve Street in Punta Gorda.
Tom Fulwider can make it work like new.
Knives, scissors and garden tools will serve you well again.