Buchanan celebrates its 23rd annual Mountain Magic In Fall Bluegrass, Antiques and Crafts Festival this Saturday, Oct. 7 at the Town Park on Lowe Street.
Activities begin 10 a.m. and continue through 5 p.m.
Thousands of visitors are expected for the festival that has more than 120 vendor spaces lining the town’s riverfront park. Organizers say there should be a little bit of something for everyone, including furniture, candles, knitted and crocheted items, wood crafts, glass, birdhouses, antiques, art, local honey, pumpkins, apples, jewelry, bird houses, primitives, baked goods, scented oils and so much more.
Some of the unique vendors include Bonnie Scott of Salem, who will be demonstrating how she makes glass beads for her custom and unique jewelry.
Jim Dodd of Buchanan will be showing his handmade canoes that are a real show of craftsmanship and art.
A few new vendors with Buchanan roots include Jeremy Lorton, who sells under the name Reprised Possessions. He specializes in…