BROOKFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – Brookfield Schools’ Drama Club held its annual Christmas in the Country Craft Show Saturday.
Proceeds will benefit the club’s spring play. Plus, the senior class held a Breakfast with Santa Fundraiser for this year’s graduation.
This is the fifth year for the annual Christmas in the Country Craft Show, featuring more than 75 vendors.
The craft show ran from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In correlation with the event, Saturday was also the first ever Warrior WinterFest, which also took place at Brookfield High School.
People were able to get their faces painted as well as get their photo taken with Santa. Breakfast included pancakes, sausage, bacon, fruit, juice and milk.
All the different events are meant draw in the entire community.
“It started as a way to get people to come to the craft show, and then we figured we would just try to grow it and make as many different groups part of it as we can. The art club is helping with the sip and paint, and so we try to tie in as many groups as we can,” said Drama Club Adviser Megan Rodgers.
The Drama Club is a self-funded organization at Brookfield and this is their biggest fundraiser of the year
This is their biggest fundraiser of the year.