The following booths will be in the Carolina West Wireless Community Commons in downtown Wilkesboro during Saturday’s Brushy Mountain Peach & Heritage Festival.

1. Rhonda Parker Crafts, acrylic art;

2. Mountain Pride Crafts (Jamie V. Greene), baby items, candles, body care items, quilts and wood products;

3. S&S Creations (Sharon Spears), cloth craft items;

4. Woodworking (Warren Elledge);

5. Betty’s Gourmet Fudge & More (Betty Barone)

6. Whistlin’ Wildflowers, wooden door hangers, stove top covers, lazy Susans and decorative trays;

7. Spinning Wheels (Jennifer Dancy), crochet bags, clothes, wallets, key chains;

8. K9 Doggie Bakery (Cheryl Bowles), baked and dehydrated dog treats and chews;

9. Humane Society of Wilkes, information;

10. Heritage Hills Farms (Amy Barr), soaps and lotions made from goat’s milk and herbal salves;

11. Silly Muggles (Sara Pennell) drinking mugs etc.;

12. Decision Designs (Heather Hobbs) Christian apparel;

13. Wilkes Republican Party (Scott Faw), information;

14. Moonshine Leatherworks (Bryan Absher), leather and canvass goods and accessories, wallets, purses, shoulder totes, belts and more;

15. Apothalyptic Co. (Hannah Brewster), all natural body butters and whipped sugar scrubs;

16. I8 Creations (Stephen and Jamie Wyatt), cutting boards, charcuterie boards, lamps, wooden bear paws and small wooden side tables;

17. PT Creation (Johnny Stanley), cowboy art;

18. Shenanigans (Belinda Machler), face painting;

19. Beekeepers of Wilkes, local honey and information;

20. Beekeepers of Wilkes, local honey and information;

21. Pope Woodworks, woodworking products;

22. Tevepaugh Orchards, local peaches, nectarines, blueberries, peach slushies;

23. Deana Akers, salve;

24. Wilkes Democratic Party (Kathryn Charles), information;

25. Friends of the Blue Ridge, information;

26. My Initial Reaction Designs, hand-strung beads, T-shirts and cups;

27. Brushy Mountain Granola Co., variety of different granola mixes;

28. Countertop by Design (Karen Lewis), countertops;

29. Peach butter (Gurney and Pam Royal) peach butter being made on site;

30. Rebecca Lowe Pottery (Rebecca Lowe), locally made pottery with demonstration;

31. Walnut Creek Leather (Gary and Dianne Poovey), leather and pottery;

32. Cherry Hill Orchards (Gregg Hendren), local peaches;

33. Rendezvous Mountain Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution;

34. Handmades by Leah, handmade pottery, cutting boards, fabric bags and more;

35. Parker Orchards (Gray Faw and Rev. Jonah Parker), local peaches;

36. Elvie & Stitch, whimsical art and jewelry;

37. Brushy Mountain Detachment of Marine Corps League, information;

38. Pam Parker, painting;

39. Debbie Hayes, homemade canned goods;

40. The Painted Panda

41. Southern Belles, vintage crafted windows;

42. Ed Fox Woodworks, rocking horses style rockers for children, fancy bird houses and widow boxes.

Food vendorsVendors in the food court, which will be on North Bridge Street, include:

• Dispensary with barbecue sandwiches;

• Brushy Mountain Ruritan Club with peach pies;

• Carolina Kettle Corn with kettle corn;

• Wilkesboro Masonic Lodge with breakfast food;

• Moravian Falls Fire Department with burgers, hotdogs and roasted ears of corn;

• Queen Ice with shaved and Italian ice products, beverages and “mocktails;”

• 4 Foster Slushies with muscadine cider, Cheerwine and peach slushies;

• Ann’s Sweat Treats;

• Duck Doughnuts;

• BROC/Wilkes County Community Action with nachos chips, candy, peach tea and water;

• Lakeside Lemon Aid.

ElsewhereFestival features elsewhere include:

• Call Distilleries moonshine still and car, between booth spaces 12 and 13;

• Mary Bohlen with demonstration of hearth baking, in Capt. Robert Cleveland cabin;

• Jeff Woodward with moonshine still museum, at Capt. Robert Cleveland cabin;

• knife-making by Kyle Gahagan with Resilience Forge, near Capt. Robert Cleveland cabin;

• Relief tent provided by Stephanie Walker with Wilkes ProHealth in North Wilkesboro at end of the food court on North Bridge Street.

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