With the COVID-19 pandemic almost certainly to be a major factor in our lives come time for the usual Holiday Craft Fair (first weekend of December) we have made the decision to try an online event. We would love to conduct the sale, "business as usual" at Roseville City Hall, with dozens of crafters spread out over the two levels of the building, but it would be impossible to enforce the needed social distancing.
Going "virtual," we will offer the next best thing to in-person shopping, with special webpages listing many of the vendors from past sales, along with a selected assortment of other vendors. Shoppers can peruse the webpages, check out their websites or other social media, if they have them, and contact the vendors directly to purchase handmade items, all perfect for holiday giving.
Starting November 27 (the say after Thanksgiving) please visit our website, HolidayCraftFair.com, to begin your holiday shopping experience, which we trust will be a one-in-a-lifetime event for us!
Any crafters or artists interested in applying for a listing on our site, please go to the above website between now and the end of September. All vendor fees (much reduced this year) go to the Harriet Alexander Nature Center.