Experiencing the Crawl

In this file photo from the first Creative Crawl held this past summer, Brady Street Florist owner Jennifer Jackson (standing) showed participants the newest trend — succulents and terrariums.

DuBOIS — It’s back. And the Fall Creative Crawl promises to be bigger than ever with more DuBois area businesses participating.

The Saturday, Oct. 20, event in downtown DuBois is once again being spearheaded by Brady Street Florist owner Jennifer Jackson, photographer Joelle Watt and Mint Culinary Studio owner Joanne Bish. The trio organized the first event of this kind in DuBois in the summer. It was such a big success that they decided to put together another event for the fall.

“We have 22 locally-owned businesses participating and there is something for everyone — wine tasting, watercolors, fashion, sweet treats and more,” said Bish. “We are looking forward to welcoming everyone next Saturday.”

The crawl is meant to be an experience like no other, according to organizers.

It can be a getaway, people will learn, and they will also get to share time with girlfriends and to be pampered, they said.

In advance of the event, participants purchase their tickets based on the Crawl destination of their choice and a ticket for one of five packages includes four creative experiences.

It is a combination of creative classes, personalized style consultations, pampering and delicious food ventures.

The last day to register is Friday.

For more information, visit the Creative Crawls Facebook Page at: www.facebook.com/creativecrawl or visit the registration page www.MintCulinary.com/CreativeCrawl.

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