It’s that time of year when the fall fairs are winding down but the Christmas Craft Shows are coming up. And anything to make Christmas shopping easier is a welcome event.
Mark your calendar for:
- November 5th and 6th in Lindsay
- November 12th in Lindsay
- November 27th in Peterborough
- December 4th in Lindsay
November 5th and 6th 2016
New this year, the Christmas Craft Show in is now part of the Kawartha Lakes Home Show. Admission is free. You will find a variety of unique gifts from vendors as well as dozens of participants, offering everything from gifts for your pets, home renovations, great food, and photographers for that perfect Christmas family portrait. The event will be held at the Exhibition Building in the Lindsay Fairgrounds.
For more information, contact:
Tracey Richardson 705-324-8600 ext.222 firstname.lastname@example.org
November 12th 2016
At the ‘Crazy Christmas Craft and Vendor Show’ there will be a number of different artisans and crafters offering unique items for sale, as well as some direct sales representatives to help with your shopping. An added feature – the day’s event includes a Food and Warm Clothing Drive for those in need during the Christmas season. Simply bring your non-perishable food items and gently used winter clothing to the show. As a special treat, Santa plans on making a surprise visit!
Join the festivities to be held at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 67 at 12 York St. North in Lindsay from 10 am to 4 pm.
November 27th 2016
Don’t miss Cottage Country’s Peterborough Christmas Craft Show including over 90 vendors. The event will be held at the Peterborough Wellness Centre at 775 Brealey Drive, Peterborough. Kids are free and adult admission is $2 with proceeds going to support the Peterborough Huskies Special Needs Hockey Program.
December 4th 2016
If you could not make it to Peterborough you still have time to plan for Cottage Country’s Christmas Craft Show in Lindsay. Over 100 Vendors are getting ready to help you fill those Christmas stockings and choose a special gift or two. Of course you can also buy some homemade treats and put them in the freezer until you host your own Christmas party. Once again the modest admission fee of $2 per adult will help to support the Peterborough Huskies Special Needs Hockey Programs.