PASCO, WA- The 16th Yearly Custers Arts and Crafts Program was in town this weekend with more than 150 vendors.
The vendors revealed the Tri-Cities exactly what they had to provide. There were imaginative metal arts, decorative items, furniture, and even infant clothes.
This year, the program included 20 new suppliers. One of the new vendors was Patrick Hannigan who is a nest box builder. He makes birds nests boxes and even ones for bats. Hannigan traveled almost 4 hours just to reveal his work.
For me, I seemed like it was very firstwased initially time in the big city. Im from Twisp, Washington, which is an extremely little town, about 900 individuals. I do our local farmers market there. This is really a big place. Theres all kinds of remarkable, pretty inspiring artists and artisans right here, said Hannigan.
Sunday is the last day for the show. Doors are open from 10 am to 4 pm Its $6 for grownups and kids 12 and under enter free.