Centennial Holiday Show a Seasonal Favorite

October 26, 2016 in Editorials

The Centennial High School PTSO will hold its 19th annual Centennial Holiday Show, Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9-5, and Sunday, Nov. 20 from noon to 4 at the school, 5050 Mallory Lane, Franklin, Tenn. The 2016 show will feature over 150 arts and crafts vendors from a number of states, including many new participants. Vendors include artisans of various crafts including jewelry, pottery, baskets, wood carving, woodwork, metalwork, glass, candles, soap, country and seasonal, floral, artwork, painted items, photography, paper crafts, quilts, sewn and embroidered items, food items, children’s and doll accessories, one-of-a-kind gingerbread houses designed by students, and much more. This seasonal favorite show is the perfect place to shop for those on your holiday list for unique and handmade items.

centennial-holiday-showMore information about vendors is available at the website and through social media, including vendors selling unique accessories and gourmet treats for pets and vendors using reused/recycled materials. Concessions will be provided throughout the event, as well as door prizes. In addition, a number of school clubs, teams and classes will sell a variety of treats and treasures to raise money for their activities.

Free parking will be available on site. Free overflow parking and free shuttle service will be offered from the McEwen Building, next to Whole Foods, just west of Mallory Lane on McEwen Drive. Admission will be $4 per person, a two-day pass is $5; children 10 and younger will be admitted free.

The Centennial Holiday Show is THE major fundraiser for Centennial High School. This Parent-Teacher- Student Organization fundraiser has raised over $600,000 throughout its 19-year history, enabling the purchase of a 3-D printer for the drafting classes, new curtains for the theater, upgraded teacher technology, materials for the science, math, language, history and special education departments, band instruments and many other needs for student programs.

For more info, visit www.CentennialHolidayShow.com, ‘like’ their Facebook page, and follow them on Twitter, @CHSHolidayShow