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By NATALIE GORSUCH
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Spring Extravaganza Called a Success

 

Natalie Gorsuch

Cheryl Smearman, right, owns Simple Soaps with her friend Colette Learn. "Despite the weather, it was so nice to see so many smiling faces. I was so grateful that so many people came out to show support to all of the artists and crafters doing what they love," said Smearman. Simple Soaps is a small, locally run business in Bellwood, which sells homemade soaps and balms. Smearman says that a small store located in Bellwood is coming soon.

Williamsburg's Spring Extravaganza, held on Saturday, had more than 90 vendors. There were many activities offered, from food trucks and axe throwing.

Unfortunately, the rain and cold had other plans, but that didn't stop the event from being well attended.

Angie Walason, boardmember of the Farm Show and one of the main organizers of the event, said, "Everything went well despite the weather. Vendors were pleased with the number of people that came out and was buying from them. We cannot obviously control the weather."

The vendors and the Farm Show are looking forward to the Fall extravaga...



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