An Old Fashioned Holiday Craft Fair
November, Saturday after Thanksgiving
The Holiday Craft Fair
10 AM - 3 PM
Join us for a fun day of food, handmade crafts a warm bonfire and a visit with friends at the annual Nine Mile Valley Holiday Fair. Click here for more information about the 2019 Fair.
The doors will open at 10:00 when you can get a warm cinnamon roll and coffee. Then starting at 11:00, a delicious homemade lunch with soup, salad, bread and a dessert will be available in our lunchroom.
Over 25 vendors will be selling their hand crafted wares from jewelry and artwork to sweets and holiday wreaths. Check out our 2019 Craft Fair Vendors. To learn a little more about each vendor and their products click here for our Facebook event page!
This is primarily a cash or check only event; some vendors might have credit/debit card processing capability, most do not.
The Turkey Shoot
An old fashioned Turkey Shoot is put on by the Community Center and the Sapphire Mountain Men during the annual Holiday Craft Fair. The Turkey Shoot starts at 11:00
No turkeys are killed! This is a fun target shoot with black powder guns, provided by the Sapphire Mountain Men.
If the school house and lunch room become too crowded, come see the vendors in the church and under the pavilion. Take aim with the Mountain Men, rest your feet while sitting under the pavilion with a cup of coffee or warm cider, hop on a hay ride, or warm your toes by the bonfire while enjoying a good conversation with a neighbor.
This is the Nine Mile Valley Holiday Fair, come rain, snow or shine.
The 2019 Craft Fair Vendors
More than 25 vendors will be selling their hand crafted wares at this year's fair. We have opened the doors of the Nine Mile Community Center Church and set up more vendors under the pavilion. Some of our vendors have been selling their wares at the Nine Mile Valley Holiday Fair for more years than we know, while others have joined us for their first time. You can find the following hand crated items by local artists; artwork, ceramics, mushrooms gifts, honey, skin care products, toffee and truffles, ornaments, fused glass, fur hats, photographs, jewelry, wool mittens, PJs, hand massagers, wooden signs, t-shirts, soaps, metal ornaments, hand spun yarn, jams, jelly and fudge, sewn wallets, gift cards, tote bags and holiday wreaths, to name a few.
New this year, we will offer a holiday gift wrapping service in the church and a "Farm to Table Massage" outside near the pavilion. As usual, we will have two Buyer Incentive Baskets to be given away at the end of the day to two lucky customers. In order to win, place a Buyer Incentive Ticket, after making a purchase from one of our vendors, in the box next to the basket you prefer and hope that your ticket is drawn. The baskets are filled with beautiful items donated by our vendors.
For a complete list of our vendors, click here. The following vendors have included additional information and photographs of their wares. Click on their display name: Garden City Fungi, Bobbe Almer & Little Birds Montana, The Apron Lady, Hiiragi Asia, Ivette Fine & Wearable Art, Clara's Gourmet Toffee & Candy, Cedar Creek Wreaths, Teal Door Farm & Handcrafted Goods, Wildlife on the Rocks, Wonders by Weaver, The Speedy Needle, Wild Rose and Farm to Table Massage.