Westchester Putnam And Nearby Holiday Bazzars Craft Fairs And Events In December

Dated: 12/06/2017

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Is it time to get out and do a little holiday shopping with a unique twist?  Check out some of these local craft fairs.

Music Hall Holiday Market - Tarrytown
Friday, December 1, 8, 15, 22, 2017
The studio of the Tarrytown Music Hall is transformed into a holiday marketplace Friday evenings in December.

Brewster Craft Fair December 9th 10am-4pm at the Brewster Elk's Lodge, Rt 22 and Milltown Rd Brewster, NY 10509. There will be artists, craftspeople, good food, and so much more.

White Plains High School Crafts Fair - White Plains
Saturday, December 9, 2017
More than 75 vendors, with items such as jewelry, beauty products, stuffed animals, ornaments, wreaths, toys and much more. A snack bar will be open.

Katonah Elementary Holiday Boutique - Katonah
Saturday, December 9, 2017
This annual fair features local artisans, retailers and home-baked treats.

Croton Artisans Holiday Boutique
Saturday, December 9th, 10am  5pm AND Sunday, December 10th, 11am  4pm At the Stanley H. Kellerhouse Municipal Building in Croton. Admission is free.  The Croton Artisans will be selling handmade gifts for the holidays. Shop enjoy tasty treats and live music!

Holiday Craft Fair and Charity Game Show, December 10, 9am-5pm, Mahopac Middle School, 425 Baldwin Place Road, Mahopac, NY
Enjoy shopping, fun, and food as you get in the holiday spirit and support local charities. Don’t miss the student vs. staff game show!

Westchester Toy and  Train Show, December 10, 9am-3pm, Westchester County Center, 198 Central Avenue, White Plains, NY
This is the largest train show in the Northeast, and includes parts, set ups, appraisals, toys, and much more!

Good Shepherd Holiday Bazaar, December 10, 10am-4pm, Good Shepherd Church, 39 Granite Springs Road, Granite Springs, NY
Shop for holiday gifts and yummy treats

WinterFest, December 10-18, 11am-7pm, Court Street between Main and Martine, White Plains, NY
Features specialty vendors and local goodies.

Shine On! A Healthy, Happy Holiday Shopping Expo, December 11, 10:30am-4pm, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 247 8th Street, Verplank, NY
More than 20 vendors. Artisans with one of kind crafts, made from Hudson River glass and drift wood, soy candles, handmade one of a kind jewelry. Experience healing modalities of yoga, Reiki, tarot, and more. Meet with life and health coaches, hear inspiring speakers, and get a new head shot from a professional photographer!

Holiday Mini Pop-Up Shops 2017 West Elm Scarsdale 678 Post Road Scarsdale, NY 10583
DECEMBER 16, 2017 Noon - 4:00pm
Come out and shop for quality handcrafted treasures from local artisans and makers for everyone on your shopping list, including jewelry, natural soaps, accessories, cards, art, knitwear and home decor, as well as holiday decor. Free admission. Image title

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Shaun Manning

Shaun's focus is on residential real estate in Fairfield, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and the surrounding counties. Licensed in New York and Connecticut, Shaun is also Commercial and Investment Rea....

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