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Prost! Lift your stein at Big Canoe’s Oktoberfest on Oct. 14

By Kim Cooper

Pull out your Lederhosen and beer steins for the annual Big Canoe Oktoberfest Art & Crafts Show set for Saturday, Oct.14 at the Wildcat Recreation Area. Big Canoe property owners and their guests should plan to arrive early. Gates open at 10 a.m. for guests to discover more than 50 art and crafts vendors.

The Clubhouse at Lake Sconti will provide German staples along with a few American dishes for those less adventurous. Are you looking for der biergarten? The beer wagon will be ready to serve guests at 10 a.m.

Remember, food and beverage vendors utilize a ticket system for purchases. Tickets are sold prior to the event at the Canoe Lodge or Fitness Center that began Monday, Oct. 9. You can also purchase tickets at Oktoberfest under the Ticket Tent. Acquiring tickets early will free up your time and allow for more enjoyment of the day’s activities.

Our local vendors are creative, talented and are eager to meet our Big Canoe guests. Stroll through vendors and welcome them to Big Canoe. You will see familiar faces that have been present at Big Canoe’s Oktoberfest for several years as well as new folks attending the festival for the first time.

Updated list of 2017 Oktoberfest vendors:

  • 101 Collars – Handcrafted Dog Collars
  • Andie Glover – Eco-friendly, hand crafted soaps, scrubs and bath bombs
  • Amicalola Wood Works – Custom Wood Work
  • Angels on Horseback – Local Non-Profit
  • Betsy Hillis – Hand painted wine bottles and glasses
  • Beth Westbury – Gourd art and pine needle baskets
  • Big Canoe Artists Club – Paintings and artwork
  • Big Canoe Chapel: Missions – Ecuador Tagu Nut jewelry and Haitian products
  • Blue Ridge Mountain Connected Home – Home Theater and home network and Wi-Fi systems
  • bSwitched Jewelry - Jewelry
  • Charlie Dragonfly – Decorative woodworking
  • Correct Perspective Designs - Jewelry
  • Country Rhoades – Honey, pickles, handmade soaps and scarves
  • David King - Handmade candles, soaps, Christmas ornaments and artist proof pictures
  • Deanna Fitz – Save the Day Seasonings
  • Deidra Marking – Gourd lamps and mandala stones
  • Dot Dot Smile – Dressers and rompers for toddlers and infants
  • Ellen Masters – Doll Clothes
  • Gayle Wilkins – Boutique clothing for women and girls
  • Get Inspired Flight – Discovery Flights
  • Home Appetit – Estate EV Olive Oil and balsamic vinegar
  • Homecraft Gutter Protection – Gutters, gutter protection, EcoRain harvesting
  • Honest Harvest Pasta – Pasta, Pesto, Ravioli
  • Jackie Agers – Seasonal décor and mountain floral decor
  • Jake’s Produce and Cannery – Local relishes, jams and salsas
  • John Ubele – Paintings, pumpkins, lanterns and crosses
  • Juice Plus – Juice Plus and Tower Garden
  • Just One Africa – Beaded jewelry, t-shirts, crosses and hearts
  • Kathy Wood - Paintings
  • Linda & Pat Malia – Wooden candles and signs, bear lights and seasonal jewelry
  • Linda Morrongiello – Hand crafted copper jewelry
  • Mary Allen - Artwork
  • Mary Blanford – Pasta, pesto and ravioli
  • Mary Kay – Skincare and make up products
  • Mila & Rosi’s Taste – Cakes, Pies, Tamales, Pot Pies & Cheese Cakes
  • Monalisa Designs – Handcrafted jewelry
  • My Dad’s Caramels – Fresh, homemade caramels
  • Norwex – Cleaning Supplies
  • Pickens Puzzles – Wooden puzzles for all ages
  • Pink Alley Boutique- Handmade clothing
  • Rodan + Fields – Skincare products
  • Rosemary Knoll Eatable Delights
  • Safari Global Fashions - Handmade baskets, bags, sandals, wooden bowls and African accessories
  • Scentsy – Pottery candles warmers and wax
  • Sue Watters – Refurbished Furniture
  • Usborne Books – Books for children of all ages
  • Todd & Joanie Muhlfelder - Jewelry
  • Wendy Jones – Seasonal crafts and paintings
  • Wayne Freeman – Spent ammo made jewelry
  • And more!

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