The Tulsa Herb Society’s booth hosts a variety of delicious jams, jellies and more.
The holidays are fast approaching and the perfect place to find unique handcrafted gifts and decorations is at Carols and Crumpets, the Tulsa Herb Society’s annual craft fair. It will be held Saturday December 3rd, 2016, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 South Peoria Ave. Admission is free.
The Tulsa Herb Society booth will feature a myriad of delicious food products: vinegars such as Cranberry Rosemary and Tangy Tarragon; jams and jellies such as Strawberry Basil, and Ginger Pear Honey; Cranberry Chutney; and the popular Hot Chocolate on a Stick. A special THS booth will offer fresh greenery for home decorating, and a kiosk with coffee, hot spiced cider and cookies will entice shoppers. Craft items in the THS booth include exquisite penny rugs, dryer balls, holiday wreaths, orange pomanders, hand crafted ornaments and a special Santa-themed raffle tree.
Other vendors will offer Mosaic garden items, Hypertufa pots, Original art/cards, Fused glass dishes, Chalk ware, Herbal soaps and spices, Metal garden sculpture, Wood kitchen art, Hand knit clothing and jewelry, Soy candles, Hand carved Santas, Table runners, Live wreaths, and Vintage merchandise.
From 11a.m. – 2 p.m. THS members will serve a delicious lunch in the Snowflake Café. No reservations are needed for lunch.
For more information call the office or like the Tulsa Herb Society on Facebook.
A portion of the proceeds benefit the Tulsa Garden Center and the Linnaeus Teaching Garden.
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