This year's July Fair was held at the Peteetneet Museum in Payson, Utah.
There’s nothing like a good old fashioned bake sale to sweeten the day. Thank you to the Knotts Group for their hard work in organizing the deliciousness.
Twelve classes were taught on a variety of topics. The classrooms may have been hot, but the teachers were cool!
On display were the quilts of our guild members that won up at this year's Utah Quilting and Sewing Marketplace. There were local ladies demonstrating lace making as well.
Food TrucksGuild members were able to enjoy a nice lunch from the food trucks nearby, The Mousetrap and the Smokin Roadside Grill.
People arrived early to get great deals at the garage sale.
Silent Auction Once again, we raised over $1000 at the auction for guild activities. Thanks to all of you for your generous donations.
Fabrics, patterns, tools and gadgets, books, baskets, batting.There were great finds for everyone. Thank you to our hard working vendors who supplied us with great door prizes!
A big shout out to the amazing teachers and many wonderful volunteers who made our July Fair such a success! Special thanks to Debbie Neilsen who managed the big task of securing all the vendors, which included tons of set-up and take-down, tax management, and a million little details; Kim McCloskey who coordinated all of our classes, teachers and class packets; and Sharon Wright who somehow got inveigled into spearheading the garage sale. Such a huge job! We couldn’t have done it without all of you!