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Hearts Day presents unique wares

Photo by Christy Porter
Those of all ages were enjoying the displays, demonstrations, music and refreshments at
Bonebrake Center’s Heart Day.
By Christy Porter,

Managing Editor

  If one were looking for something special for that someone special, Bonebrake Center of Nature and History was the place to go, Sat. Feb. 9.
  The Spring Creek Artisans had beautiful and unique wares on display and for sale at their annual Hearts Day. Several of the artisans are local to Licking and all of the artisans are incredibly talented.
  Gifts for your special sweetheart including paintings, woodwork, pottery, fabric art and sweet treats were available.
Photo by Christy Porter
Mary Sullins enjoyed the demonstration of fingerweaving
by Susan Ream Wilson.



 Also enjoyed by visitors to the historic Bonebrake were demonstrations by some of the artisans. They were very receptive to any and all questions.
  Carol Spurlock provided delightful entertainment on her Mountain Dulcimer while browsers enjoyed the displays. Not only were there eatable gifts for sale but there were refreshments provided as well.
Photo by Christy Porter
Russ Biros, Davis Spurlock and Sophia deLaat, Hearts Day featured artist,
were on hand with their beautiful works of art. 
  Some of the artisans included, in no particular order, Susan Ream Wilson, Fingerweaving; Jan Rensch, Fiber Arts and Wire Wrapped Jewelry; Kathy Brown, Jewelry/Stained Glass/Ceramics; Carol Broyles, Oil Paintings; Sophia deLaat, Gourd Art Creations; Susan Biunno, Ozark Organics –
Soaps and Bath Beads; Russ Biros and Davis Spurlock, Woodcrafting; JoAnne Biros, Quilts and Fabric Home Décor; Margaret Moll, Copper Jewelry; Ellen Reynolds, Doo Dads and Shabby Fleurs (jewelry). There was something available for every age and interest.

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