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Holiday Arts and Crafts Show

If you have someone in your life who is difficult to buy holiday presents for then check out the Holiday Arts and Crafts Show in Gatlinburg Tennessee. With all types of gifts to choose from you’ll be sure to find the perfect gift for anyone. This year’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Show will be between November 25 and December 7, 2008. This show is put on each year by the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community of Gatlinburg. The Arts and Crafts community is the largest group of artisans in North America. This group of people make collectibles and souvenirs of all types for visitors to buy and take home with them. The Holiday Arts and Crafts show is a great way to get a jump start on your Christmas shopping and buy some really unique gifts for your loved ones.

At the show you’ll be able to find original pieces such as candles, baskets, brooms, clothes, pottery, jewelry, leather goods, art, clothing, blankets and much more. Something for every member of your family could be found at the Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. All of their goods are handmade and while you’re at the show you might get a chance to see some of them in action.

Admittance to the Holiday Arts and Crafts Show is free. The doors will open at 10am everyday. The show will be held at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. They are sharing their holiday spirit with all visitors by decorating for the Christmas holidays.

Some of these artisans have been in this business their whole lives. They grew up with their parents and grandparents making these gifts and it’s “in their blood” to do these things. This is how they make their living so rest assure you are buying products from professionals. Everything you will see and find at this Holiday Arts and Crafts Show is made right in Gatlinburg TN and boasts “handmade in the USA” pride.

If you’ll be in town between November 25 and December 7 2008 be sure you stop by the Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. There’s no obligation to buy anything but you might find yourself leaving with some pieces of these artisans work. It’s a great way to buy gifts for even the pickiest of people.