Come in from out of the cold and warm up with a hot apple cider while you shop sustainably at the annual Fairfax Craft Faire this Saturday, December 14, from 11am to 5pm at the Fairfax Pavilion.
Browse through the unique crafts and products from over 40 local vendors, including:
- Clothing and crafts made from reused/recycled materials
- Hand knitted items
- Organic personal care products
- Handmade jewelry
- Jams and jellies
- Recycled wrapping paper
- ....and more.
This is a wonderful opportunity to find gifts for everyone on your list in a stress-free family-friendly environment while supporting local crafts people, artists and community organizations
This admission-free event features:
- Good Earth goodies: Mac & Cheese & Squash Soup
- Hot apple cider & Coffee Roastery Coffee
- Bake Sale
- Live Holiday Music
- Sustainable Crafts for the kids
- Teen Corner
- Zero Waste - this is a landfill free event!
For the craft this year, the kids will transform old holiday and greeting cards into festive garlands. (Please bring any cards you would like to donate for this project to Jen Jones at the children’s corner.)
This craft faire has become a favorite Fairfax tradition to kick off the holiday season. Sustainable Fairfax started the event many years ago with a small but enthusiastic group of crafts people, selling their wares under a pop tent in a driveway outside in the rain. It was a hit, and in 2009 Fairfax Open Circle Arts (F.O.C.A.S) began co-sponsoring the event, contributing significantly to its growth and continued success. All proceeds benefit these two important organizations.
Bring your family, your holiday cheer and, of course, your re-usable bags and see you on Saturday!
Click here to Volunteer! Join in the fun and sign up to help for a couple hours. This is a great way for high school students to satisfy community service hour requirements.