Christmas fair with a difference comes to Seattle

November 23, 2012 by  

Families are invited to join the Duwamish tribe at their longhouse during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Their Holiday Gift Fair provides the families in this area with the opportunity to shop from Duwamish artisans and craftspeople, checking out the great work and starting their holiday shopping in advance.

The Duwamish tribe has prepared events with plenty of festive spirit, amd put up a huge lit tree. At the fair, there are all kinds of gift items in all price ranges to make shopping easy for everyone. This year, the fair has fine art, regalia, jewelry, native crafts, cards, T-shirts, and much more. This is certainly the place to be for lovers of frybread and baked goods.

Today, November 23, is the first day of this event and is ‘National Native American Heritage Day’, so guests can count on finding some special deals. The fair offers a wide selection of foods, beverages, and vendors that will make the shopping experience unique and special.

As the event will require promotion, it will be no surprise to see some flyer and poster printing undertaken to raise awareness of the event this weekend. Admission and parking are free and everyone is welcome. The Duwamish Native Holiday Gift Fair is happening from today until Sunday, November 25, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center located at 4705 W. Marginal Way SW in Seattle, Washington. For additional information, please visit the Duwamish Tribe website or call 206-431-1582.

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