The local Fox TV station, WGHP TV-8, has an an-air personality, Roy Ackland, who has had a feature called Roy's Folks where he interviews and features people with unusual hobbies, crafts or talents. I was featured about three or four years ago.
Each November they have a craft show with all the people who sell their goods which supports the Salvation Army and the joint TV/SA effort for toys for kids. Usually it is in the Salvation Army building but has grown to large for that venue. As an orphan show, they are always looking for a large enough building to hold their show and this year the hit a home run. Our local mall, Oak Hollow Mall in High Point, has fallen on hard times and is quite empty. JC Penny moved out this year leaving a huge hole which has benefited the craft show. They have managed to secure the use of the entire upper floor which has given the 70+ exhibitors more than ample room to display. I was lucky enough to get a large corner in the old shoe department. This is also the first time the show has been expanded to two days.
If you are in the area, come out. Admission is only $3 which goes to the Salvation Army 100%. Our booth fees, $20 for 2 days, also goes to the SA and most of the exhibitors usually contibute 10% of their sales as well.