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Chicago residents Llora Sullivan (left) and Eileen Durking browse the offerings at the Whispering Wood Carvings booth Nov. 18 at the Lockport Woman’s Club’s annual Christmas Crossroads craft show held at Lockport Township High School’s East Campus. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Jayla (left) and Jenna Guajardo look at holiday items at Peggy’s Country Crafts booth Nov. 18 at the Lockport Woman’s Club’s annual Christmas Crossroads craft show held at Lockport Township High School’s East Campus.
Connie Nickon (left) makes a donation to TLC Animal Shelter while members of Lockport’s Robotic Club (left to right) Nathan Hesse, Jordan Mariniak and Adriana Watson look on.
Lockport resident Jake Zacharias (right) – of Boy Scout Troop 63 – checks Pat Rieken’s coat.
May Xiong paints a clay flower at her May’s Art Clay Flowers booth.
Debbi Sumner (middle) of The Hook and Eye shows designs to Katie Vertenten (left) and Barb Szpyrka.
Amanda Del Buono, Freelance Reporter
4:18 pm CST November 27, 2017
Although some kick off their holiday shopping on Black Friday, many get into the spirit of the season by attending the Lockport Woman’s Club’s annual Christmas Crossroads Craft Show. Sisters Debby and Pat Blatzer, of Lemont and Orland Park respectively, are among those who attend the show every year as part of their family’s traditions to kick off the season.