Its Finally Here-Hollydayzical Craft and Gift Fair, This Weekend

Nov. 19, 2010

Its here, its here! Its finally here.. Time to come out and shop

 

When: Saturday November 20, 2010

Time: 9a -4p

Where: Elmwood Elementary School

Address: 5900 S. Sunnyslope Rd.

New Berlin, WI 53146

 

Admission: $2 , 12 Under Free

Umbrella Strollers recommended

 

 

• Previously Event named Pumpkin Patch was at this location in years past.

• This year it is called Holly Dayzical , under different organization.

 

 

Deer Hunters Widows Weekend, the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Over 70 local crafters and artisans, and home businesses represented. Find that special heart felt gift for that hard to find person on your shopping list. Guaranteed not to find this selection at your local shopping mall.

 

Come shop for Holiday Décor to decorate your home for the Holidays. Get your fresh garland , wreaths and door swags. Take a walk and listen to the Holiday Music while shopping , sit for some hot chocolate and have a snack.

 

You will find….

floral, sewn items, crochet & knit, ornaments, photography, baby and toddler items, bath and body, whimsical dolls and decorations, stained glass, framed art, blankets, scarves, garden art, chocolate gifts, repurposed material mittens, hand made and painted cards, candles, jewelry, purses, pottery, pet treats and accessories, tutus, kids hair accessories, warm winter hats, Amish bakery and jams…… you name it, it’s here.

 

 

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