Christmas cheer comes in a month early

October 31, 2012 by  

An annual Christmas Festival will take place at the Babcock Presbyterian Church in Towson in November, over a month before Christmas Day itself, but there is certainly no harm in spreading some early festive cheer, especially since any proceeds benefit the Towson Assistance Center.

The festival will feature a silent auction, lunch, a chocolate fountain, a bread sale, arts and crafts vendors, commercial vendors, and, of course, a visit from Santa. It will be an excellent family outing to help get everyone in the Christmas mood. It will also give those who have not finished, or even started, their gift shopping to find the perfect gift for a friend or family member. There is bound to be at least one thing that will appeal to the fussy recipient on everyone’s gift list.

Vendors are likely to come from all over the area, including nearby Lutherville. As is common as events like this, they might also be availing themselves of the services of local printing companies to prepare for the festival. A large, colorful banner with the company name and/or logo or the artists name, would help draw visitors to their booths. In addition, postcard printing services can provide the artists and crafters with a large format business card to pass onto interested passers-by. Many artists picture a sample of their work on the front of the card and their contact information on the back.

This year’s festival will ring in on November 17 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and is free to attend.

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