The Marshall County Conservation Board invites the public to the Nature's Treasures Craft Fair to be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Grimes Farm & Conservation Center, 2359 233rd St., just west of Marshalltown.
Visitors will discover unique, locally-made, nature related crafts, as well as, nature books and photos that will make excellent gifts for friends and family. Some items include: decorative birdhouses, recycled belts, bracelets, dog collars and leashes, recycled wool mittens, dried flowers, note cards, jewelry, bookmarks, nature photography, paintings, hand-painted glassware, watercolor print greeting cards, leaf pendants, metal art, nature books and field guides, recycled T-shirt rugs, photo mats and frames, ceramic bowl sets, primitives, furniture, sun catchers, origami earrings and wine racks.
Vendors providing the recycled, repurposed, or nature-related items include: Pete's Tweets, The Aunt Hill, Nikk Art, Tami's Kreations, Ty Smedes Nature Photography, Bonnie's Studio, Nature Design Studio, MG Fabrication, Seeds of Hope, 9th Street Gallery and Frame, The Rusty Nail, Allison's Origami, Larry A. Stone's Iowa and Tanner's Treasures.
Marshall County Conservation Board Naturalist Diane Hall and volunteer Kathy Lupkes look over some of the nature craft items, as well as, nature books and photography that will be available at the Marshall County Conservation Board’s Nature’s Treasures Craft Fair. The public is invited to this unique, nature-themed craft fair to be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Grimes Farm & Conservation Center, 2359 233rd St., just west of Marshalltown.
Lunch and beverages will also be available at the event. There is no charge for admission to the nature craft fair.