15th annual Pride of the Prairie Folk Art and Craft Show
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The Lincoln Park District held their 15th annual Pride of the Prairie Folk Art and Craft Show on Saturday. Individuals and groups from the area gathered to show and sell their handcrafted or handmade items to shoppers looking for those unique and special gifts for the holiday season.

Pictures by Mike Fak


A old-fashioned welcome sign greeted art and craft shoppers.


Deb Rohrer's gift bags were a hit with shoppers.


The Oasis crafts gave the whole room the feel of Christmas.

There was a plentiful choice in artwork for that unique Christmas gift.


Rene Sisk visits with a shopper studying her artwork.

The Quilters at Heart Guild had many choices for shoppers.



Don Bode talks with potential customers about his unique, handcrafted metalwork.


Marcia Greenslate, executive director of the Lincoln Park District, was on hand to make sure everything went well.


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