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Holiday Craft Fairs and Artisan Sales – Grapevine Publishing

Holiday Craft Fairs and Artisan Sales

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Holiday Craft Fairs and Artisan Sales

With the festive season already fast approaching, crafters and artisans all over the Valley are out in full force to help you get ready for the holidays. Here are some of the many upcoming events where you can find endless gift ideas, enjoy tasty treats, and support local entrepreneurs and community organizations in the process:

Christmas Sale –Windermere

Drop in and sip a cup of mulled juice while browsing the many tables of festive items offered for sale by a variety of sellers.

Saturday November 17, 8am – 1pm

Windermere Community Hall
402 Windermere Road, Berwick

Acadia Craft Fair –Wolfville

Nov 16, 2018: 12 noon – 9 pm
Nov 17, 2018: 10 am – 8 pm
Nov 18, 2018: 10 am – 5 pm
Adults: $6.00
Student/Senior: $5.00
Children (12 and under): free

Acadia University Athletic Complex
Main Street, Wolfville

Craft Fair –Middleton

Free will offering and 50/50 draw to happen. With lots of different vendors, you’re sure to find something for everyone.

Saturday November 17, 9am – 3pm

Royal Canadian Legion
295 Marshall Street, Middleton

Community Market –Berwick

Berwick Community Market: a farmers’ market plus. Come out and support your local producers and artisans.

Saturday November 17, 9am – 1pm

Royal Canadian Legion
232 Main Street, Berwick

Artisan Christmas Market –Harbourville

The 5th Annual North Mountain United Tapestry Artisan Christmas Market. One-of-a-kind hand-crafted gift items. Support creative and skilled artisans from the North Mountain and surrounding area. There will be 20 vendors featuring everything from jewellery, fibre arts, baked goods, quilts, and clothing to fine arts, carving, leatherwork, mosaics, pottery and more. The talent in our area is outstanding. A hot lunch and refreshments will be available. After shopping the artisan Market, head on over to the Harbourville Hall for their Tea and Bake Sale.

Saturday November 17, 10am – 4pm

United Church
3201 Long Point Road, Harbourville

Christmas Craft Fair –Berwick

Saturday November 17, 10am – 4pm

Somerset & District Elementary School
4339 Brooklyn Street, Berwick

Christmas Tea and Sale –Harbourville

Enjoy yummy sandwiches and desserts with tea or coffee. Friendly conversation. Delicious home-baking and crafts for sale. Silent Auction. Christmas Choir. Tickets on a Holiday Basket. Proceeds to support the work of the Harbourville Restoration Society including maintenance of the Hall and the wharf.

Saturday November 17, 11am – 2pm

Community Hall
2556, Highway 360, Harbourville

Christmas Tea & Sale –Lawrencetown

Tables of crafts and baked goods. Perfect for Christmas shopping.

Saturday November 17, 1pm – 4pm

Admission is free, Tea is $6.
United Baptist Church
430 Main Street, Lawrencetown

Gaspereau Art Market

The Gaspereau Art Market is a great opportunity to support local artists. This year, featuring:
Ryan Hupman – Woodworking and paintings
Scott Hupman – Carvings
Deep Hollow Print – Letterpress
H Lawrie Eclectic Art – Metal art and paintings
Hen of the Woods – Soap
Misty Cogswell – Jewellery
Tracey Horsman – Ceramics
Miyoshi Kondo – Paintings
Alvin Harvey – Woodworking
Will Cooper- Paintings and Prints
Chocolate by Gabriëlle
Jovial Design-Jewellery
The Quarrelsome Yeti- Textile and Prints
Refreshments by Jenny and Megan Osburn

Saturday November 17, 1pm – 4pm

Freewill offering at the door for The Wolfville Children’s Centre
Gaspereau Community Centre
2806 Greenfield Road
Gaspereau, Nova Scotia

Christmas Tea & Sale –Canaan

Crafts, bake tables, and door prizes.

Saturday November 17, 2018 2pm – 4pm

Freewill donation at door for hall upkeep.
Community Hall
59 English Mountain Road, Canaan

Craft Sale and Coffee Party –Berwick

Saturday November 17, 10pm – 2pm

Masonic Hall
110 Mill Street
Berwick, Nova Scotia

Christmas Craft & Bake Sale –Grafton

Lunch will be available too!

Sunday November 18, 10am – 4pm

Community Centre
5350 Brooklyn Street
Grafton, Nova Scotia

Pottery Sale –Coldbrook

Join us for a sale of handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramic treasures made by local hobby potters. Our spring sale was so well received that we are having another one! There will be mugs, bowls, trays, vases, jewelry, and so much more for Christmas gifts, wedding gifts, or something special for yourself!

Local Potters: Cathy Allen, Karla Carter, Cindy Smith, Karen Kennedy, and Kim O’Connor

Sunday November 18, 1pm – 4pm

Heritage Hall
2833 Lovett Road
Coldbrook, Nova Scotia

Holiday Craft and Bake Sale –Falmouth

Great Christmas Shopping at the Windsor Elms Village

Friday November 23, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Windsor Elms Village
174 Dyke Road, Falmouth

Christmas Craft Show –Middleton

Two days of amazing Valley crafts for everyone on your Christmas list! Browse three floors of vendors, have a delicious lunch at our canteen, get mouth-watering baked goods at our table, enter our 50/50 draw and get a ticket on our huge door prize. You can even get lovely greenery for your home, centerpieces, wreaths and a tree! There is something for everyone at our Annual Craft Show!

Friday November 23, 5pm – 9pm, and Saturday November 24, 10am – 4pm.
Macdonald Museum
21 School Street, Middleton

Craft / Vendor Fair –Windsor

A wide array of crafts and products being offered up by many vendors. You won’t be disappointed! Snacks and drinks canteen available.
This fair is a fundraising event for the AV / WH Band Parents Association supporting the music programs at Avon View High School and West Hants Middle School.

Saturday November 24, 9am – 2pm
$2.00 each (12 and under free)
Avon View High School
225 Payzant Drive, Windsor

Countdown to Christmas Eve Craft Fair –Hantsport

With only one month until Christmas Eve, come do some shopping from local vendors and small business. Hourly door prizes, canteen, raffles and much more.

Saturday November 24, 9am – 1pm

$2 admission
Hantsport School
11 School St, Hantsport

Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair –Windsor

Come start some Holiday Shopping with us!
– Local Crafters and Vendors
– Santa onsite from 12-2pm
– 50/50 and gift card tree tickets available
– Canteen featuring Selena’s homemade turkey burgers

Saturday November 24, 9am – 3pm

Royal Canadian Legion
35 Empire Lane, Windsor

Shopping Expo –Kingston

Only 1 month to Christmas Eve. Come get some of your shopping started with local crafters, home-based businesses, Aroma Maya coffee, and DeLong Farm’s wreaths. All money raised goes towards an outdoor classroom project.

Saturday November 24, 9am – 2pm

$2 a person, under 12 free
Pine Ridge Middle School
625 Pine Ridge Avenue, Kingston

Craft Sale & Ticket Auction –Bridgetown

Mountain Lea Lodge and The Meadows craft sale, ticket auction, gift card tree, raffles and more. Proceeds will go to the recreation departments of ACMHC.

Saturday November 24, 10am – 3pm

Admission- free will offering.
Royal Canadian Legion
20 Jeffrey Street, Bridgetown

Crafter and Direct Seller Fair –Kentville

18 tables of various vendors and crafters selling their wares.

Saturday November 24, 10am – 3pm

$2 admission
Lions Club
78 River Street, Kentville

Tea, Craft & Bake Sale –Springfield

20th Annual Tea, Craft & Bake Sale. Proceeds for Church Purposes.

Saturday November 24, 2pm – 4pm

Tea: Adults-$5, Children 12 & under $2.
United Baptist Church
1203 Hwy 10, Springfield

Farmers’ Market Christmas and Craft Fair –Windsor

Building on the success of the 2017 Avon Christmas Gerrish Street Fair & Market, we’re hosting the 2018 Avon Community Farmers’ Market Christmas and Craft Fair. In addition to our regular Farmers’ Market vendors, local businesses will be joining us to help you shop local this season.

Sunday November 25, 10am – 3pm

$2, 12 and under free
War Memorial Community Centre
78 Thomas Street, Windsor

Christmas Pottery Sale –Centreville

Join the members of the Spiral Pottery Studio and Terry-Lee Bourgeois-King at our 4th Annual Christmas Pottery Sale. We will have many beautiful handmade pottery pieces for sale. There will be a door prize and free treats and refreshments.

Sunday November 25, 2pm – 4pm

Community Hall
1951 Route 359, Centreville

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