Christmas Fair and Market Place opens November 16

November 13, 2012 by  

The Christmas Fair and Market Place at Danbury is hosted by Holy Trinity Parish and is open to all. This is a great family outing that kicks the holiday season off on the right foot. This year’s fair has been revitalized and is brand new with many new and interesting vendors and handmade objects.

Although the Christmas Fair has a new flare this year, some of the long-standing old favorites have returned such as the Old Curiosity Shop, which is home to a number of treasured items. The ever popular homemade crafts, candy, fudge, jellies, and jams are back on the shelves and ready to be purchased. There will be a silent auction featuring the first lithograph of Sherman by artist Ben Palagonia and The Way We Are by local artisan Anthony Faranda, but there are also many others being auctioned off. New products this year include Blown Glass Arts, Silk Flower arrangements, Our Cookie Shoppe, made fresh Apple Cider Donuts, and pies that can be boxed up to go. There will also be jewelry, Custom Celtic Alphabet cards, Skin Care Products, and much more. This fair and market has something for everyone.

Flyer and poster printing services are popular methods used to promote events such as this Christmas Fair and Market Place to residents in this community and the surrounding locals. With free admission, everyone is welcome. This great market place and fair will be happening on Friday, November 16 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and Saturday, November 17 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Holy Trinity Parish located on Route 37 in Sherman, Connecticut, just down the road from Danbury, Connecticut. For additional details, please visit the Holy Trinity Parish website or call 860-354-1414.