Stop by the MSV for the Museum Store Sunday celebration and browse a special display of locally made items and meet the creators of some of the Museum Store’s most popular holiday gifts.
From 10 a.m.–2 p.m. author Mike Robinson will sign copies of the new Winchester Tales VII (books in the entire series are also available for purchase), artist Sarah Perks of Wolf Bite Fiber Works will be at the MSV with a selection of one-of-a-kind knit creations (hats, scarves & more), and J&W Farm will be on-site with birdseed wreaths, cake mixes, mustard, and syrups.
Other products available for purchase throughout the day include hand-cut glass Christmas trees, hand-painted wooden ornaments by Jackie Tobin, carved Santas by Ed Bender, the famous Monastery honey and fruitcake (in two sizes!), glass ornaments & picture holders, new pottery & textiles from Neena Jhaveri, handmade baskets, handwoven rugs, and jewelry. Notecards and ornaments from Berryville’s Sweetgum Studio and jellies, sauces, and more from Shawnee Springs will also be available for purchase.
All those who make a purchase in the Museum Store during Museum Store Sunday may enter a drawing to win a free MSV membership. Shoppers who spend $75+ in the store on Museum Store Sunday will receive a free copy of the MSV cookbook, Oh, Shenandoah!
Admission is not required to visit the Museum Store and store purchases support MSV operations.