“Start your holiday shopping and come out for a fun day hunting for unique treasures and handcrafted goods.”—Alli Goode, Special Events and Marketing Coordinator for Mooresville Parks and Recreation

Red's Scratch Made Cookie

Red’s Scratch Made will be selling chocolate chip, chocolate chip walnut nutella, pecan toffee, salted caramel mocha, chocolate peanut butter cup, and white chocolate cranberry.

This Saturday, November 3, is the 42nd Annual Working Fingers Craft Show at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresville. Doors open at 10am and the show closes at 5pm. Admission is free.

Over 100 vendors have been selected to participate in this juried show. Individual artists, craftsmen, and photographers will have handmade items for sale. All vendors applied and were chosen for the quality of their work, its uniqueness, and its style by Mooresville’s SPARC committee (Special Events, Arts, and Culture), which is comprised of seven arts and culture enthusiasts who live in the Mooresville area.

Non-profit organizations will offer a variety of items in The Community Courtyard, which is new this year. Hungry? Buy a lunch from Lake Norman Special Olympics students, who prepared the meals in their fully-licensed kitchen. Sweet tooth? Check out the candy and Claxton fruit cakes offered by Mooresville’s Civitan Club. The Mooresville Lions Club will sell handcrafted items as well as their famous brooms. And from 11am-2pm, Matt Stratford will play Christmas music on his guitar and take requests.

There will truly be something for everyone to enjoy!

 

 

 

 

Here are more unique items you’ll find:

  • Pottery wine cups
  • Hand painted Christmas cards
  • Scarves
  • Christmas tree ornaments
  • Woodwork
  • Baked goods
  • Jewelry
  • Art