Last Saturday was an eventful day in Dunn Center.
By Jordan Wright
The day began with the annual craft fair, which started at 10 am and went to 4 pm. In total, there were nine people who set up booths to sell their hand-crafted items. Among those nine people where Maggie Piatz, who was selling her hand-knitted pot holders, coasters and other items. Maggie’s granddaughter Avery Piatz, 11, was also there selling her rubber band bracelets. Al Garness also had a table set up to display his wonderful wood carvings. Maggie said there was a steady stream of people all day, and most people who were there selling their goods ended up selling out before the day was through.
After the craft fair everyone shuffled over to the DC Pub and Grub, where the local Firemen were grilling up some ribs. While the Firemen were doing the grilling, others were preparing salads and desserts. Dinner was served at 5 pm, and according to the owner of the DC Pub and Grub, everything went well and there was a huge turn-out.
After the dinner was over, local band Pistol Grip took the stage at 8:30 pm. Maggie Piatz says Pistol Grip is a phenomenal band, who perform every type of music. Maggie said everyone was dancing and having a great time, and it was the perfect way to end such a wonderful day.