Celebrate Newton, Newton Community Education’s annual juried holiday craft fair, will be held next Sunday, December 4, 10AM to 4PM at Newton South High School. Proceeds benefit Newton Community Education’s scholarship fund. Shop locally this holiday season and support more than 50 local artisans selling jewelry, clothing, accessories, pottery, jams, chocolates, soaps, olive oils, cutting boards, greeting cards, and much more. The fair will feature many popular artists who return year after year, as well as several new artists. Come and make a day of it! Food will be available for purchase, and live performances by local musicians will provide a festive backdrop for your holiday shopping. There will even be a staffed arts and crafts room for kids while you shop. Admission $3; kids under 12 are free. For information, including information about the exhibitors, visit celebratenewton.com.
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