Junior Auxiliary Member Deidre Stevens greeted shoppers at the Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler.
A view of the many vendors at the Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler.
Exeter resident Norm Yound sits at the Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler with the wooden toys, trucks and beautiful decorations he makes by hand.
The Exeter G.F.W.C. Woman's Club Pie by Slice stand is one of the most popular stops at the Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler. Handing out pies from the left include Judy Dinneen, Patty DeMoss, Suzanne Johnson and Karen Chapman.
Hosting forty vendors on Saturday morning, the Exeter downtown became a craft show shopping mecca.
The Exeter American Legion Auxiliary held their annual Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler at the Legion Home and also the Exeter Senior Center. This year they even extended the event to include vendors outdoors.
Shoppers were welcome to buy their lunch prepared by the Auxiliary which served pork, dumplings and kraut along with yum yums and kolaches. The Exeter G.F.W.C. Woman's Club had one of the most popular booths, with their homemade pie by the slice.
This year vendors came from surrounding areas and as far away as Broken Bow. Items available included holiday decorations, photography services, purses, jewelry, handmade items and pickles, jams and jellies.