The Greater Montross Partnership for Revitalization & the Westmoreland County Museum sponsored an Antique Car Show and Food Drive with Arts, Crafts, and Produce vendors. Congrats to the car show winner= a Cadillac Hearse from Grissom and Law. It was the People’s Choice Winner with the most canned food votes. The cans were donated to the Westmoreland County Department of Social Services Food Pantry. Please continue to give to them as Thanksgiving is approaching! (Becky Nelson did a fantastic job organizing the event!)
Pretty Day for a Car Show!
Westmoreland County Museum’s own, Joe Tallent with his baby!
Blue Heron Arts & Crafts. At the top is creator Nancy Wilkerson’s Favorite Wreath. She is a doll.
Blue Heron Arts & Crafts
Fringes EtCetera. Creator Barbara Fleming (on the left) is so nice. We really enjoyed having her
The Green Shed. Creator Audrey Kammerude takes forsaken finds and upcycles them into stylish home decor
The Green Shed. Audrey hand-crochets these lampshades herself. (I have a picture of her doing that while she was here, but she didn’t want to use it.) Trust me, her items are handcrafted. So cute!
Kathryn & Gerald Carter selling their jam and jellies!
Creator Debbie Houchin Westmoreland County Museum’s featured October artist) selling her jewelry. (Doesn’t she look cute with her newly cropped short hair?) Her exhibit will be on display at the museum until Nov. 16th so drop in and see her jewelry and paintings
Lois Produce. She is a veteran to the Montross Market Days and is always a hit with her colorful bus and great produce
Westmoreland Berry Farm selling their pies, jams, jellies to Car Show attendees. Everything looked delicious
Susan Ripol & Kathryn Wittman selling Holiday House Tour tickets at the Wakefield building for the Car Show. You two are so generous with your time! Thanks, ladies!
The Wakefield building was open to sell Raffle tickets to Gus Paphides’ beautiful birdhouse and other museum gift shop items. Thanks to everyone for stopping in
As a thank you to all those visiting the Wakefield building during the car show, the museum gave out free bags of Cheetos. Thanks to Northern Neck Chevrolet, Inc. for sponsoring our giveaway!
Thanks to Holly Gallagher for loaning us her vintage turkeys to go with the vintage car show. Westmoreland County Museum really appreciates all of the help from the community
Thanks to Out of Sight DJ Service for adding some good music to the event