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HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIRS - 2016

 

Saturday - November 5

Boy Scout Troop 101 Annual Craft Fair - Raymond
The BSA Annual Craft Fair will run from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Raymond High School, Harriman Hill Rd, Raymond. The event charges no entry fee anxd there are still table spots available in the hallways. To print off your Vendor application click on BSA Craft Fair Application . For more information contact Jill Vadeboncoeor at 603-339-9318 or email mrsvaddy@gmail.com .

Daylight Savings Time Ends Saturday night Nov 5 - Turn clocks back one hour

 

Saturday - November 12

Epping High School Holiday Craft Fair - Epping
The EHS Holiday Craft Fair will run from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Epping Middle Street, 21 Academy Street. The cost for Vendors is $25 per space, approximately 8 feet X 6 feet, plus a donated item to be raffled. Proceeds to benefit the Student Athletic Programs. To print off your Vendor application click on EHS Holiday Craft Fair Application . For more information contact Beth Deschene at 603-679-2733 or email kenbethd@comcast.net .

Saturday - November 19

Annual Jingle Bell Fair - Raymond
The United Methodist Women invite you to our Annual JINGLE BELL FAIR on Saturday Nov. 19, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Raymond Methodist Church. Handcrafted items, Jewelry, Gift Baskets, Delicious Home Baked Goods, Silent Auction, etc. From our Kitchen : hot dogs, sandwiches, Lily's famous 'homemade" corn chowder, etc. Raymond United Methodist Church, 51 Main Street, Raymond (Corner of Wight and Main).

Holiday Craft Fair - Nottingham
Our annual Holiday Craft Fair will be held on November 19 from 9:00am-3:00pm. The craft fair will be located at the Nottingham School. This is a great way to start your holiday shopping right here in Nottingham! Vendors will be there showing off their crafts from beautiful jewelry to ornaments and home decor, and much, much more! There will be raffle drawings from an array of crafters and donors. All proceeds go to the Playground Maintenance Fund for the playground at the Community Center. Volunteers are needed!!!!! If you’re interested in participating as a vendor or as a volunteer call the office at 603-679-3435 for more information.

38th Annual Yuletide Fair - Stratham
Annual Yuletide Fair from 9 am to 3 pm at the Stratham Cooperative Middle School, 100 Academic Way, Stratham, NH . Over 100 crafters, cookies and Fudge Sale. Cafeteria open for lunch. For more information visit Annual Yuletide Fair website.

Sunday - November 20

26th Annual Craft Fair and Pie Festival - Greenland
Sunday, November 20, 2015 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Greenland Central School, 70 Post Road, Greenland, NH. Visit the Greenland Women's Club website for the list of crafters . Pies are $12.50. Pie sales begin at 10am --don't miss out! Apple, Apple Crumb, Blueberry, Burgundy, 5 Fruit Crumb, Pumpkin, Squash, Pecan, Kentucky Bourbon, Toll House, Plantation Macaroon and more.

Saturday - November 26

5th Annual Sanborn Ice Hockey Holiday Fair - Kingston
One of the largest fairs in the area offering vendors and artisans from throughout the region offering many unique items. This is a very family friendly event with free children's craft table, face painting, Santa, raffles, refreshments and food. Admission is free and there is plenty of parking. Sanborn Regional High School , 17 Danville Road, Kingston, NH, Saturday, November 26th, from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Reservations for 8FT table rental being accepted, $50.00. Please contact sanbornicehockey@comcast.net or by calling Bert at 603-560-2140  All proceeds to benefit the Sanborn Ice Hockey Program 

Saturday - December 3

Christmas Fair and Luncheon - Brentwood
Pilgrim United Church of Christ, 197 Middle Road, Rte 111A, Brentwood, will be holding its annual Christmas Fair on December 3rd from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. There will be great food and something for everyone of all ages. Sweet treats will be available from our cookie walk and bake tables. There will be puzzles, crafts, and Christmas gift table offering new and vintage items for sale. We will have gifts from a variety of countries for sale at our SERVV table. You will not want to miss our famous luncheon that includes lobster rolls, chicken salad, soup, and other delicious items. There will be a silent auction awaiting your bids on a variety of themed baskets. Children will enjoy making a craft and visiting with Santa. We hope you will consider joining us for this wonderful chance to share the Christmas spirit with friends and neighbors.

Holiday Stroll - Deerfield
Holiday Stroll at Deerfield Fair Grounds on December 3 from 3:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Children 2 and under FREE; 3 to 15 $2.00 and anyone 16 and over $5.00. Come meet Santa, take a horse drawn carriage ride, do some Christmas Shopping with over 50 vendors (ATM will be available) Collecting donations for Toys For Tots and Deerfield Food Pantry...Many, many more activities and fun!!! Come join us!!

Christmas In The Village- Chester
The Christmas Fair is Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 9 am to 2 pm at the Chester Congregational Baptist Church Vestry, 4 Chester St. Our craft sale features quality , handmade crafts, unique holiday gifts, delicious bake shoppe, Tiffany's of Chester, live music and wassail for all to enjoy. A Loaf and Ladle Luncheon will be served at Stevens Memorial Hall from 11 am to 2 pm. Chester Seniors Cookie Walk begins at 9 am. For more information visit www.chesternhchurch.org .

50th Annual Christmas Fair - Greenland
Saturday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Community Congregational Church of Greenland, Greenland Parish House, Post Road/Route 151 in Greenland Center. There is no admission for this community holiday event and it will feature two floors of merchandise and activities including: A Cookie Walk with hundreds of homemade cookies, tables of jewelry, gourmet foods, and other locally made products, handcrafted items made by the Women’s Alliance, gifts created by Greenland’s Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, visit from Santa at 11 a.m. plus children’s activities, “Nearly New” room with bargains galore, luncheon featuring soup, sandwiches and fried dough. Call the church at 436-8336 or visit www.communitychurchofgreenland.org.

Spectacular Holiday Fair and Parade - Rye
Here is one event You Won't Want to Miss! Webster at Rye's Spectacular Holiday Fair. Saturday Dec. 3, 9 AM to 3 PM featuring unique quifts, delicious lunch café, cookie walk and raffle. Webster at Rye, 795 Washington Rd, Rye, NH For more information call 964-8144. AND while you are there, you can watch the Hampton Parade from 1 pm to 2:30 pm on route 1, Hampton.

Sunday - December 4

Fremont Holiday Fair - Fremont
Join local vendors at the Ellis School Gym, 432 Main Street, Fremont, NH from 11 am to 5 pm to do some holiday shopping, eating and crafting or sign up for a table and sell your goods. Cost is $20 for verndors to book a table, all proceeds benefit the Parks and Recreation Revolving Fund. Vendors MUST PAY and BOOK their table BY November 25th. Click on Fremont Holiday Fair Application to print off a registration form. For more information email: nicolecloutier725@yahoo.com.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday - December 8, 9 & 10

Raymond"s 2nd Annual Festival of Trees - Raymond
Raymond’s Collaborative Business Connection Group, together with Tucker Lodge, is hosting our 2nd annual Festival of Trees. Trees are sponsored by local area businesses and organizations and decorated in original themes of their choice and often include surprises in and under the trees. Raffle tickets are sold on premise and you can take a chance of winning the tree and everything on and under it! We work with the Rockingham Community Action Center to provide gifts for Raymond area families in need. Last year, our first year, we raised $3200 and were able to provide gifts for over 65 children. This year we have a bigger goal to help even more families. We will also be collecting dry goods for the food pantry. Tickets are $10 for 24 and $20 for 48.
For more information and viewing times or to download the application and rules click on 2nd Annual Festival of Trees page.

 

 


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Friday and Saturday - February 17 and 18

33rd Annual NH Farm & Forest Expo - Manchester
Mark your calendar for New Hampshire’s Greatest Winter Fair. The-32nd Annual NH Farm & Forest Expo. Meet The Faces of Agriculture & Forestry in New Hampshire! Held Friday, February 18, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, February 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel on 700 Elm Street in Manchester, NH. Details at http://www.nhfarmandforestexpo.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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