51st Annual PRANCE Craft Show a fundraising success

Heading into another half century, the 51st annual PRANCE Craft Show that returned to Southampton Coliseum on July 6th was, by all accounts, a resounding success.

Although the weather did not cooperate outside, with a rainy day people took advantage of the indoor show in the Southampton Coliseum and adjacent Annex.

Crowds strolled throughout the day exploring the hundreds of crafts that were on display.

From birdhouses to metal sculptures, knitwear and jewelry to candles, there was something for every taste in arts and crafts.

       Custom unique metal decor by Ash Pratt of Northern                                               Fabrication in Durham

Proceeds from the show go toward the support of the PRANCE (Pegasus Riding Association Nurturing Challenged Equestrians), a therapeutic equestrian centre in Port Elgin dedicated to the growth and development of those with physical and emotional challenges.

The total proceeds from the show as yet are undetermined … stay tuned.