Fishing and fly tying (and saltwater fishing plug making) are my passions outside of work. I love the artisty of making the flys and the incredible beauty of being out on the water fishing in the early morning. Fishing helps to keep me sane by giving me a few quite moments in an otherwise busy life.
Tomorrow I will be at the Wenham Museum for the 38th annual Craft Fair exhibiting my flys. I’m looking forward to sharing my passion for these small works of art. I am also excited to exchange stories about fishing in Massachusetts. Stop by and say hello!
Saltwater Fly used for fishing for Blues and Bass
One of the reasons I love to fish – sunrise at Crane’s Beach
Here are the details about the Craft Fair from the Wenham Museums website:
Saturday, August 28th, 10am-3pm
Rain Date August 29th
Wenham Museum open until 4pm
Admission to fair and Wenham Museum galleries free
Wenham Museum will host their 38th Annual Craft Fair and Family festival in conjunction with The Wenham Fire Department, and Wenham businesses on Saturday, August 28th with a rain date of Sunday, August 29th.
The Wenham Museum Craft fair will feature over 60 new and returning artisans showcasing jewelry, pottery, photography, charcoal artist, silhouette artist, accessories, glass, decoupage, cards and more. Families will enjoy traditional children’s games and crafts, a guided tour of the local cemetery, a children’s sing-along, a doll clinic, a bouncy house and tours of the Museum’s Claflin-Richards House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Decorate your bike, doll carriage or wagon for the Wenham Museum Transportation Station Parade at 10 am.