Craft Fairs Galore-Tis the Season for Shopping

Oct. 11, 2011

TWO Upcoming Craft Shows:

 

Winter Wonderland Craft& Gift Fair

Serb Hall

5101 W Oklahoma Ave

Milwaukee, 53219

Sunday November 13th , 9a-4p

 

AND

 

Holly Dayzical Craft& Gift Fair

(Formerly Pumpkin Patch)

Elmwood Elementary

5909 S. Sunnyslope Rd.

New Berlin,Wi 53151

Saturday, November 19th;9a-4p

 

Admission: $2, Children 12 & Under Free

HC Accessible, One floor, Groups,Buses welcome.

 

 

With Packer season here, and the briskness of the air, soon it is time to think Winter. With winter comes Holiday gatherings and decorations. Come see over 100 vendors showcasing their unique quality hand made items just in time for Thanksgiving. Get a jump on your holiday shopping for that hard to find person. From floral, jewelry,kids accessories, woodworking,garden, doll clothes, crochet, knit, sew, kitchen, bath and body, painted glass and photography.. you name it - its here.

One day only bringing the " Crafting Tradition Back to the South End of Town" remember when... the guys stayed home and watched the games and the girls went shopping, get your sisters, get your mothers and aunts and spend the day together and create a family tradition like years past. The whole family can come shop, there is something for everyone. A quality show like we remember from years ago.

Visit each show, November 13th Serb Hall, and November 19th Elmwood Elementary.

 

 

Applications still being accepted until full. Visit www.rrcraftfair.weebly.com for more info.

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