Vendor Denise Ross and Boy Scout Karson Bollinger.
He was delivering donated YLWD water to vendors.
Miscellaneous pictures from various Craft Faires. We love our Sponsors, Vendors and our Shoppers too!
Linda Queen, our 3rd Vice President, Ways & Means initiated many new ideas to continue our record of always trying to improve. We now have a dedicated YLWC Club table in the East Lobby right next to the Opportunity Baskets. This is where vendors come to get any and all questions answered.
What a wonderful weekend we had. The weather was cooperative and so were the many vendors who joined us. We had over 175 vendors, many who have been with us for years. The Club Cafe was hopping because everyone came, stayed to shop and stayed to eat!
Hello Ladies! When it comes to our Craft Faires, we follow the winning guidelines of “hard work and teamwork equals success.” From concept-to-completion, our Spring Craft Faire was no exception. The signage around town is down and the Community Center is back to normal. Amazing! I look forward to celebrating with you at the April General Meeting, after all expenses are in and reports are finalized. Until then, please give yourselves a pat on the back because, whether you had a small or large role, your can-do attitude was infectious to other club members, vendors and guests. Thank you very much!
Yorba Linda Woman’s Club Holds Fall Craft Faire 2015
Lucy Huerta acknowledges our wonderful Opportunity Basket team for 2016 - 2017.
Yorba Linda Woman's Club bi-annual Craft Faire Publicity Chairman, Kim Cantrell, arranged for this video to be filmed and narrated by RC Garcia.
From left: Mary Lien, Carol McCarty, Leslie Sorrells and Lucy Huerta, 3rd VP in charge of fundraising.
When is the next Yorba Linda Woman's Club Craft Faire you ask?
Why, it is always the first weekend of November and the second weekend of March. Mark your calendar for our 2017 Fall Craft Faire, November 4th & 5th, 2017.
Louise Hernandez, President
By Susie Autry
November 8, 2015
Yorba Linda Woman’s Club Holds Spring Craft Faire 2016
It takes four months to put on a craft faire. And it takes a lot of women to do that! We have committees for everything and as we grow, we have learned to delegate to spread the workload.