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Annual Christmas Cottage set in Cameron Nov. 5
Cheryl Walker
If you are a crafter or make great gifts for the holidays, consider signing up for a booth at the Christmas Cottage on Nov. 5 at Bea’s Kitchen in Cameron. A booth at the Christmas Cottage will give you an opportunity to make others aware of your talents and give you an opportunity to sell your products.

Registration forms to reserve your booth are available at the Texas AgriLife Extension Service– Milam County office at 100 E. 1st Street in Cameron or the website under events http://milam-tx.tamu.edu/. Call if you need additional information on the Christmas Cottage call 254-697-7045.

LOOK, SHOP, EAT–The Christmas Cottage offers booths of holiday crafts and great gift ideas for you to view and buy. Demonstrations on holiday crafts will also be scheduled during the Christmas Cottage.

A s you stroll t hrough t he Christmas Cottage you can also enjoy a great lunch. Chili, stuffed potatoes or stew will be available as well as lots of sweet choices for you to enjoy. The Milam County Extension Education Association Clubs will offer lunch meals for very reasonable prices.

Admission to the Christmas Cottage is free. The doors of the Christmas Cottage will open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Several Extension Education Club members will show holiday craft ideas from 10-11 a.m.

Call your friends and meet them at the Christmas Cottage to get in the holiday spirit. Download a f lyer for the Christmas Cottage from the events page of the Extension website.


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