It’s the time of year when Christmas is not far away and people are shopping up a storm, to aid this the Clare Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair is on again.
To be held on December 3, from 9am-3pm, at Clare’s Town Hall, Barbara J Long Room and outside in Ennis Park it is set to be another big event.
It will be packed with the regular customers and some new stallholders.
Entry is free.
Stallholders will be selling handmade dolls, handmade jewellery, sewing, crochet and knitting, quilted items.
If you’re after some condiments, take home some Clare Valley honey, james, sauces, baked goods or herbs.
Maybe something for the garden, silk scarves, soy candles and melts, pamper packs or even wooden products made from wine kegs.
There is something for all at the fair.
New stallholders include timber homewares, novelty men’s ties, ceramics, burnt wood pictures, wooden toys and hand towel, jewellery made from recycled cutlery and recycled items.
There will also be a raffle, face painting and temporary tattoos.
Outside, in Ennis Park, there will be hot coffee available, Asian food, a barbecue, cold drinks, cherry and pistachio products, olive oil, vinegar, fresh fruit and vegetables, dried fruits, and more.
The event is free and all are welcome to visit.
- Clare Arts and Craft Fair
- Sunday, December 3
- Clare Town Hall, Ennis Park and Barbara J Long Room
- FREE entry