As September races by, we find ourselves just 11 days away from the official arrival of fall. With the changing of seasons, our thoughts naturally turn to pumpkin spice everything and cozy flannel shirts. But in Williston, there's more to look forward to this autumn season—a delightful event with an even more delightful title: the "Oh My Gourd! Fall Craft and Vendor Show."

The name alone has everyone excited, and it's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what this event has to offer. What sets it apart? Well, get ready for this—over 100 vendor and craft booths will be on display! If you're looking for a way to embrace the fall spirit, discover unique handcrafted goods, or simply enjoy a fun day out, mark your calendars for Saturday, September 16th.

The Raymond Family Community Center in Williston will play host to this one-day extravaganza, open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It promises to be a day filled with creativity, community, swag bags (while supplies last) and bouncy houses for the kids!

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At the "Oh My Gourd! Fall Craft and Vendor Show," you can expect to find an array of handcrafted treasures, from intricate jewelry and cozy knitwear to stunning artwork and home decor. It's the perfect opportunity to kickstart your holiday shopping, support local artisans, or simply indulge in some retail therapy.

In addition to the shopping delights, there will be several food trucks serving many options to satisfy your cravings and keep your energy up as you explore the event. So, whether you're a seasoned craft show enthusiast or just looking for a delightful way to usher in the fall season, this event is not to be missed.

Bring your family and friends and join the festivities at the "Oh My Gourd! Fall Craft and Vendor Show" for a memorable day of autumn-inspired fun and shopping galore. We'll see you there on September 16th!

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