• Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors
    Case Colwell, Wamego, enjoys the view of Whimmydiddle while riding on the shoulders of his grandfather, Bryan Tillett, Smith Center. (Record Photo)
  • Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors
    (Above) Louise Buell of Garden City, with her Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls, has missed only two shows in Whimmydiddle’s 47 year history. (Lower left) Nathan Samms, Scott City, relaxes in a hammock at the craft show on Saturday. (Lower right) Anita Burditt
  • Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors
  • Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors
  • Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors

Whimmydiddle continues to be a tradition for shoppers, vendors

Whimmydiddle is more than just a craft show for Shelly Peterson.

It’s become sort of a family tradition for the Burlington, Colo., resident who has been attending the huge Scott City show for about 10 years.

“It started out with my mother-in-law and myself and then my older granddaughter and myself came for three or four years together,” says Peterson.

 

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