Carrie Adams – Manufactured Fear
Velda Cool Anderson – Fine Art Oil Painting
Kimberly Berkich – Berkich Jewelty
Lance Brooks – Midnight Carver
Gary Buckland – Aunt Ethel’s Lye Soap
Rick Burgess – Rick Burgess Photography
Christina Casto – Christina’s Carvings
Sheila Cestaric – Antique Roof Top Slate Co.
John Coe – Bowls by John
Ed Collins – Wood Dominoes
Linda Cruickshank – Decorative Painting
Paul Dawson – Brooms by Dawson
Vie Davis – Soulfully Salvaged Paper Arts
Jeri DeLong – It’s All Goard
Thomas Doak – ATTA-Way Rockers & Woodwork
Anna Fleckenstein – Little Creek Candles
Lu Fuller – Kentucky Farm Studio
Jim Good – Mastertone Dulcimers
Joan Hunter – BJ&C Jewelry From Scratch
Beth Ingels – Pepper Pod Designs
Donna Hart – Timeless D-Zines, LLC
Deborah Lester – Deborah Lester Fine Art
Jamie Lester – Vandalia Bronze
Carla Long – Magpie
Raymond Mancini – Artistic Collage
Tammie Marks – Heavenly Sunlight Alpaca Farm
Tammy May – Country Weaving
Sheryl McCutcheon – Swallowtail Soaps
Bill Meadows – The Meadows Pottery
Kirsten Medlock – Earthen Vessels Pottery
Dave McCutcheon – Patch
Martha McGoskey – Wefts of Love
Debbie McGrew – Grandma Weaver Baskets
Sharon McMillion – Brookstone Soaps, LLC
Lucy Moore – Lucy’s Toys
Jeff Morehead & Becky Anderson – Morehead Photography
Donna Patrick – Backwoods Bend
Igor Nasibyan – Silhouettes
Merrianne Nichols – Leatherworks
Chris Oaks – Twin Oaks Hammocks
Rosalyn Rego-Sharpe – Designs by Rego
Wanpen Ruangnapaporn – Flower Jewelry
Ben Schneider – Schneider Studio
Tom Schottle – Mountaineer Woodturners
Stanley Scruggs – Scruggs Woodworks
Mike Sharps – Wood Carvings
Larry Smith – Colonial Wagon & Wheel
Wendy Summers – Summer Hollow Pottery
Ron Swanberg – Ron Swanberg & Family Leathersmiths
Ron Snow – Snowdrifts Photography
Darene Webb – Darene’s Creative Wearables
Katherine Weisinger – Forest Flower Jewelry
Greg & Tish Westman – Westman Instruments
George & Lynn Wiesner – Yardscape, LLC
Becky Williamson – WV Art & Craft Guild
William Wood – Bill Wood Scenic Photography
Meredith Young & John Sheetz – Jewelry



Deborah Brooks – Doin’ Just Beadin’, LLC
Nancy Burford – Nancy’s Notions
Kathy Gallagher – Capitol Collection
Helen Hemetek – Hemetek Paint
Laura Moul – Creative Photography
Mary Ellen Shank – Maybloom, LLC
Ann Swadley – Riverbend Pottery
Mary Lou Upton – Appalachian Piecemakers
Rebecca Williamson – Hill Top Garden Glass



Gary Buckland – Lye soap
Joyce Cain – Penny Rug Magnet
Paul Dawson – Broom making
Mike England – Shingle Splitter
Ann Grimes – Designs by Ann Grimes
David Houser – David Houser Stained Glass
Gail Hutchinson – Home Grown from the Heart
Mark Sergent & Travis Candle – Cornmeal
Chip Turner – Appalachian Glass
Katrina Weirick – Vegetable Dyeing



Craig & Candace Bandy – Wine Tree Vineyards
Linda Elschlager – P&L Baskets
Ginger Harmon – Sassy Sassy Gals Gourmet Treats
Karen Koch – Blue Smoke Salsa, LLC
Fred Lockard – Up the Creek, LLC
Sheryl McCutcheon – Swallowtail Soaps
Evelyn McGlothlin – Ordinary Evelyn’s
Robert Milam – American Culinary Federation
Gregory Page – Mountain Top Fudge Factory
Mark Sergent – Corn Meal
Dave & Lynne Stone – Stone Road Vineyard
Veronica Stover – Appalachian Mountain Specialties
Jane Woods – Plain Jane Country Cookin’



Jessica Grose – Jaws BBQ
Karen King – Grillin’ Goodies
Ellie Kosch – Mountainview Kettle Corn
Minnie Leonard – The Leonards
Elenita Lubugiun – Phillippines Best Food
Michael Lambert – Lambert’s Concessions
Ravenswood FFA – BBQ Chicken & Corn
Roane County FFA – Swiss Burgers & Cookies
Tim & Debbie Jones – The Jerky Hut of WV


Mountain State Art & Craft Fair shared Ripley, WV Convention & Visitors Bureau's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Our 'Thursday Throwback' features the late Jenes Cottrell (1901-1980). The Clay County native was a regular at the Mt. State Art & Craft Fair at Cedar Lakes. Cottrell made wooden toys and entertained the crowd by playing a banjo, often crafted from car parts. The 2017 fair is Sept. 15-17. (WV Encyclopedia photo by Gerald Ratliff)

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Mountain State Art & Craft Fair shared Ripley, WV Convention & Visitors Bureau's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

TBT: Cedar Lakes Conference Center officially opened on Jan. 7, 1955, though it was not named until 1957. The name was chosen for its lakes and an abundance of native cedar trees. This photo includes the old amphitheater. It was located behind where Lakeview Dining Hall is now situated.

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It's easy to find the Fair! Cedar Lakes is located just off I-77 at the Ripley/Fairplain exit #132.