The 10th Annual Reedville Winterfest was held Saturday February 10, in downtown Reedville. A wide variety of unique and fascinating items were available for consumers to view, taste and purchase from vendors who had set up booths in the old school house in downtown.
Paula Reuter who has been associated with the Winterfest for 10 years and acting director for the last eight, made her way through the crowd socializing and making everyone feel at home. “It’s for the community to get together, Reuter said, most of the vendors are local and come back every year.”
Some of the finest local original art and sculptor work was on view from different artists and styles that covered a period of time dating back to Reedville’s existence. Some of the fancy art work included painted signs, wood spool clocks, copper sculptures and rock candles.
Also on hand doing book signings was local author Preston Huttall. Huttall has been writing books since 1998. The civil war era author had five of his current books available including Duel on the Roanoke, The Amish Rebel, A Bed of Thorns and The Blockade Runner. Huttall’s fascination with the civil war is evident through his family heritage.
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