OSCODA — Beef jerky, macramé wreaths, crochet, stained glass, sun catchers, wood signs, soap, body lotion products, chimes, garden towers, cedar bird houses, doll furniture and cards made by Special Olympians don’t even begin to cover the list of items for sale at the 2022 Art on the Beach.

Over 52 crafters showed up to sell crochet flowers and wreaths, toddler dresses, goat soaps, handmade license plates, cement leaves for your garden, t-shirts, crushable seagrass hats were all laid out by individual vendors in individual plots on the grass next to the Oscoda Beach Park. This provided cooler air and easier access to the bathrooms.

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