August 05, 2015
We would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere appreciation to two very special groups: the amazingly supportive residents and visitors of the Flathead Valley community and the dedicated organizers of this year’s Bigfork Festival of the Arts. Everyone’s efforts, support and enthusiasm succeeded in making this event a remarkable success and one in which the 150 vendors are very much appreciative to have had the opportunity to display and share our locally crafted products.
Everyone that made the decision to leave the alluringly cool and fresh waters of the lake and walk the streets of Bigfork in searing temperatures, demonstrated once again that hand-made, locally crafted products are an integral component of our local economies; extremely appreciated and certainly valued for their “one-of-a-kind” unique nature.
The logistics for vendors were smooth and simple, the crowds great, the people’s interest in our hand-made products genuinely rewarding, and the energy positive throughout the day.
When you get the chance, please take the time to extend a very special shout-out to Donna Lawson, Gretchen Gates and all the volunteers (street cleaners, booth markers, downtown businesses, etc.) that helped make this past weekend an amazing success. Your efforts did not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
Thank you Bigfork and the surrounding communities for supporting your local craftspeople!
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