Coal Creek unveils crafts, goodies

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Coal Creek Market Above left; Candace Stutson from Wildflower Soap brought handmade soap. Above, in the middle; Bonnie Dirito brought small model homes made to the smallest detail. Top right ; Jamey, representing April Morris, president of product development and co-founder of Health Naturally, presented beauty products. At the bottom right; Coal Creek resident Dylan Mark brought his abstract works created with markers. PHOTOS ANNE SCARFFE

CCC Markets hosted the Coal Creek Canyon Summer Market at the Coal Creek Canyon Improvement Association (CCCIA), 31528 Highway 72, Golden, Colorado, 80403, on Saturday, June 4, 2022. The event featured over 20 vendors with local artisans and businesses. They had hourly door prizes and lots of awesome vendors.

Artists who have exhibited their crafts at previous CCCIA shows include Chris McAllister who brought him homemade dog collars, bags and Coal Creek Canyon t-shirts.

Kathy Bremers brought her paintings, which she says are watercolors.

Kathy Bremers has been painting the beautiful natural surroundings of the Netherlands region in watercolor and acrylic since 2005. Sharing her passion for art and nature through her paintings and teaching watercolor encourages adults and children to make their own connection and brings Kathy great satisfaction and joy. His Facebook address is https://www.facebook.com/KLBremers/.

Coal Creek resident Dylan Mark brought his abstract works created with markers. He took up residence outside the CCCIA building. He can be reached at www.dylanmark.com Evelyn Blodgett of South Beaver Creek Road brought jewelry and beads. She can be reached at my.deterra.com/evelynb.

Cindy Reigel operates the Coal Creek Art Studio with custom fine glass and ceramics. She can be contacted at [email protected]

Bonnie Dirito brought small model homes made to the smallest detail. Each, little more than a big box of matches, contained details of the interiors of the houses with beds, kitchens and even children. She said she could make them in a few hours, but one of the models with a piano keyboard might take her a few days to replicate the piano keys.

Angel’s Perfect Pasta is a gourmet pasta shop. She prepares the pasta by hand and includes spinach, classics and flavors such as coconut curry and lime. She can be reached on her website www.etsy.com/shop/AngelsPerfectPasta or by email [email protected]

Realtor Lise Friibaastad brought carbon monoxide monitors, as safety is a top concern for realtors. She can be reached at [email protected] or by phone at 720-514-9727.

With Lucky Old Sun, Heather Page had jewelry, earrings and rings. Imma Schickler brought homemade lined fabric bags.

Candace Stutson from Wildflower Soap brought handmade soap. Wildflower Soap takes a natural approach to soap making. All of their soaps are handcrafted in small batches, with love, using the highest quality ingredients like olive oil, coconut oil, goat’s milk, buttermilk and essential oils. natural essentials.

“Sharing healthy, natural soap with you makes me so happy,” according to her “You’re Gonna Feel So Good!” website. She can be reached at [email protected], and the website is www.wildflowersoapcolorado.com.

Goldsmith Sarah Schneider brought her wares. She has been working on her craft since 1998 and lives in Wondervu. She has been at Coal Creek Canyon since 2017.

Jamey, representing April Morris, president of product development and co-founder of Health Naturally, introduced the beauty products made by April. They are all natural and include CBD products for pain relief. April can be reached at [email protected]

Rob Scroggins of Denver West Deli in Golden brought delicious snacks and beverages for guests to enjoy. He has been in business for 10 years.

For more information on events at Coal Creek Canyon, visit https://www.coalcreekcanyon.org/.

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