Arts and Entertainment

Holiday Market coming to Fall City Dec. 1

Support your local crafters and artists at the 13th annual Fall City Arts Holiday Market, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at Chief Kanim Middle School.

The market will offer hand-made items for sale from talented crafters and artists throughout the community including framed prints, candles, original paintings by a northwest artist, jewelry, lotions, soaps, honey, chocolates, jams and jelly, scarves, kids cloth, dog toys, fleece blankets, table runners, placemats, wood items, ornaments, stationery, pottery, bird feeders, aprons and garden art.

Come discover unique items such as ethnic African dolls, hand painted oyster ornaments, alpaca yarn and clothing. Pick up fresh wreaths, swags and live poinsettias for your holiday decorating.    The Fall City Historical Society will have a table with great gift ideas like the 2013 Fall City Calendar, new collector's beverage glass with "Fall City Masonic Hall", as well as Memory Book “Preserving the Stories of Fall City” and Jack's History of Fall City.

Bring your friends and enjoy a cup of coffee, have a snack and enter to win one of many unique raffle prizes.  The Scouts will be back with their Bake Sale.  Great live music!

Artists and crafters displaying work at the market include: photographer Alan Bauer; Alpacas at Legacy Ranch with alpaca yarn and garments; Misty Mountain Honey; Elaine Kraun's hand-painted oyster-shell ornaments; Niikuni Kyoko with hand-made rice paper; Northwest artist Miska; Biker B's Bathworks; "Tooters" unique dolls; fresh wreaths and arrangements from Annette’s Designs; Cattail Candles; Julie Lagace's handmade marbled Christmas ornaments; chandelier earrings by Terri; Dyr Wood Working; Mary Jacobson; Annie's Greeting Cards for all Occasions; and many more.



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