Each year we work at the Pratt Museum's Stocking Stuffer. There is no stocking and nothing gets stuffed that is just a name. It is crafts for kids and the making of a gingerbread house out of graham crackers and candy. Above is the chief glue (frosting maker) in the museum's kitchen.
Bob's job each year is to keep the candy bowls filled.
Coffee, punch and cookies for anyone. Parents and grandparents come to this.
I was given a craft table again this year. It was wreath making out of a sheet of paper. I just show the kids how to do it and they make it themselves.
This craft I used one year for my cards. It's using chalk to make the northern lights. Anyone interested I can tell you how to do that it's quite clever. We are a very small town but this year attendance was at 250 and down by about 100 and by 200 from 09. It is a free event by the way and also Santa is out in the homestead cabin. It was too cold to go out there maybe that is why attendance is down.