“Magic of Christmas” still in full swing

Bushplane Museum

If you are looking to shop local, the Bushplane Museum is the place to go for the next few weekends.

Maple Syrup, quilts and much more were available this weekend, but next weekend will be different.

“Each weekend we have 10 different vendors,” said Bushplane Museum Marketing and Promotions Manager Edie Suriano.

This experience has been going since November 14. Vendors have been generously spaced among the planes and admission is free.

Megan Marley owns Wood Up Signs and says this is her only booking this fall. She says she has supplemented her sales by moving online. She appreciates this opportunity though.

“I was a little worried with going into this year with COVID because all of the events I would normally do I haven’t done,” said Marley. “For people who are doing small businesses, who are selling things locally just to get a little extra money at this time of the year.”

The museum reopened to guests in June said Suriano and this is just another way to have people come down and take a look at everything it and vendors have to offer.

“Everything you can imagine, from woodworking to art to beautiful work in the quilting … out vendors are here,” said Suriano. “It’s the same vendors we’ve had at the Bushplane over the last what would have been 8 years.”

They hope to be able to go back to their normal show next year. There are three weekends left, you can get free tickets at Eventbrite.