RICHMOND, Va. -- Get in the Holiday Spirit at Christmas at Granny’s and help support St. Joseph’s Villa.
The annual craft show has been bringing hand-craft made items to the community for 40 years. Janice Clifton owner of the Virginia Cliffe Inns says every room at the Inn is filled with handmade crafts, including baked goods and a few other items.
“We have granny spice tea which we have made every year, which you can only get at Christmas at Granny’s. We have wall prints, clothing, we have every kind of thing that you can imagine that a person would make by hand," said Clifton.
The show is usually free but this year a $5 admission fee will be charged to benefit St. Joseph’s Villa’s Sarah Dooley School of Autism, where Clifton once served as a director.
Tickets are timed for safety reasons with a one-way traffic pattern, and masks are mandatory. Christmas at Granny’s runs through Sunday at the Virginia Cliffe Inn, 2900 Mountain Road in Glen Allen, for tickets and more information visit https://www.christmasatgrannys.com/.