Susan Wright of Theodore has her own unique method of recycling and re-purposing cast-offs. Maybe it won't make a big difference in saving the planet, but when Susan buys antique and broken jewelry at estate sales, adds her special artist's touch and turns them into lovely new necklaces, she certainly makes the environment a more beautiful place.
At the 6th Annual Dauphin Way Baptist Church Spring Expo March 6, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Wright will have her jewelry for sale, some of the pieces ON sale at $10 off the regular price. In addition to the jewelry, Wright uses old beads and gems to make one-of-a-kind pictures for display on the wall or table, and she'll be showing those, as well.
The Expo will include approximately 125 other craftsmen, vendors and information providers. There is no admission charge, and visitors are invited to attend the event at the church, 3661 Dauphin Street at I-65, to enjoy not just the exhibitions but also free refreshments, music, door prizes and fellowship.
. For more on the event, call Robin Murphy, 251-445-4163 or Ginger McCracken, 251-341-0773.
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