CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – The Chappaqua Craft and Gift Fair will celebrate its 31st year Saturday from 10-4 p.m. at Robert E. Bell Middle School.
Admire the work of more than 100 local merchants, crafts people and artisans while stocking up on holiday gifts. The fair will feature vendors exhibiting their handmade pottery, unique handcrafted jewelry, designer clothing, handbags and accessories, gourmet food, bath and beauty products and myriad other unique and original items.
Admission is free and vendor fees support PTA-run enrichment programs at Bell Middle School. Local restaurants Skinny Buddha and Villarina’s will offer family-friendly food, and a Helping Hands Alley featuring local nonprofits will provide fun activities like face painting for kids. Many vendors are providing their crafts to a raffle, with proceeds benefiting the Bell PTA.
Guests are encouraged to bring any of the following items for donation:
- XL clothing and shoes for the homeless through Midnight Run
- Gently used books for the Children's Aid Society
- New Art supplies/kits for the children at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, collected by local Girl Scout Troop 2350.
Free parking is available in the small lot on Senter Street or in the larger main lots off South Greeley Avenue and at the Chappaqua Train Station. Click here for more information .
The Robert E. Bell Middle School is at 50 Senter St., Chappaqua.
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