Holiday Craft Fairs & Bazaars Round-up

Looking for a great homemade craft or beautiful piece of locally created artwork?

Tis' the Season to hunt for some unique hand-crafted gifts and Patch is here to help you find every great buy out there.  Every Friday between now and Christmas, log onto Patch to read our Holiday Craft Fairs & Bazaars Round-up.



Holiday Craft Market, Holbrook Farm, 45 Turkey Plain Road (Rt.53), Saturday, December 10, 9 am - 4 pm.

There will be locally made, hand crafted goods, fresh baked goods, organic produce from the greenhouses and Billy's Barbeque will be serving lunch.  Please contact Jacqueline Maisonpierre at Holbrook Farm for more information (203) 792-0561.



First Annual Holiday Bizarre, Crown Point at the Reserve, 50 Saw Mill River Road, Saturday, December 10, 1 pm - 5 pm.

Come enjoy a day of holiday shopping. Stocking stuffers, crafts, decorated wreaths, raffles, and much more will be for sale.  Come and enjoy a day of holiday shopping in our luxurious clubhouse. Contact Crown Point at the Reserve for more information 203-743-9900.


2nd Annual Holiday Craft Show - Mona's Secret Things, Holiday Inn, 80 Newtown Road, Saturday, December 10, 10 am - 4 pm. 

Shop from handmade jewelry, fine arts, children’s boutique, books, letters from Santa, home improvement, chocolates, home decor, purses, direct selling companies, holiday ornaments, raffles and much more. 



44th Annual Gingerbread Village & Christmas Bazaar, St. George's Episcopal Church, Tucker Hill Road, December 10, 10 am - 4 pm.

Christmas Around The World is this year's theme and includes more than 50 gingerbread buildings and structures, all edible. Jezebel Home Baked Goods will be offered for sale, Swedish coffee cakes, crafts, pewter, tree ornaments, gingerbread cookies and a variety of Christmas decorations.



Christmas Bazaar, St. Francis-St. Hedwig School, 318 Church Street, Sunday, December 11, 8 am - 2 pm.   

Lots of vendors on hand, crafters, raffles, contests, yummy food, and a visit from Santa. Please contact Lori Gagnon at LMezzo23@sbcglobal.net with questions or visit www.stfrancishedwig.org for more information.



Housatonic Valley Waldorf School’s Holiday Market, 40 Dodgingtown Road,  Friday, December 9, 6 pm – 9 pm and Saturday, December 10 am – 3 pm. 

Enjoy shopping for unique gift items including handmade children's toys, knitwear, original stationery, pottery, silks, jewelry, soaps and body lotions, gourmet food and more.  Friday evening is a separate, adult-only shopping opportunity to preview vendors and artisans. On Saturday, children of all ages will be delighted as they watch a holiday puppet show, create nature-inspired crafts, and visit the children’s only shopping room. 


, , 45 Main Street, Sunday, December 11, 11 am - 5 pm.

Regional vendors will be participating and will incude a variety of crafts on display for all your holiday shopping needs.



Holiday Boutique, Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Saturday, December 10, 10 am - 4 pm. 

A Holiday Boutique will be held to benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. and Fairfield Warde Key Club. Find unique gifts for everyone on your holiday list this year. While adults are shopping, children can enjoy a visit with Santa and be amazed by the talented magician Matias. Bring an article of gently used clothing and be entered in our free raffles for great prizes. Miss Connecticut 2012 will be at out ADA booth. Free admission. For more info please call 203-451-1705 or visit www.dhevents.weebly.com



Winter Fair, Kaymor Technical High School, 43 Tompkins Street, Saturday, December 10, 10 am - 3 pm.

The Skills USA club at Kaynor Technical High School will sponsor a Winter Fair with approximately 50 craftspeople and vendors. The event will include a silent auction and a cosmetology corner where tired shoppers may pause for a nail polish change, a hand massage or tinsel extensions. Kaynor’s chorus will be caroling throughout the day.  Food and beverages will be available.


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Lisa Sweeting December 10, 2011 at 03:36 AM
Mona's Sweet Things Holiday Fair is tomorrow the 10th! from 10-am-4pm at the Holiday Inn 80 Newtown Rd, Danbury/Bethel CT
Kathy Mygan December 10, 2011 at 06:47 PM
Thanks Lisa! I am hoping to catch a few of the craft fairs myself this weekend!
JJHL December 11, 2011 at 12:26 PM
I wish more were on Sunday, too!!!


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