At the fair, you’ll find many of the handmade, locally produced items enjoyed during the warmer months at the Duvall Farmer’s Market, including jewelry, children’s specialty clothing and toys, handmade quilts and blankets, hand-crafted furniture and home décor, homestead soaps and varietal honey, along with antique “Americana.”
In addition, food vendors will be there to sell locally-made food for hungry shoppers, including bakery items and Grateful Bread’s new CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) products and information.
“The goal of the Duvall Farmers Market is to encourage and support our local agricultural community and our local artisans,” market manager Kari Carlson commented, “and we look forward to doing that at the Farm and Artisan Holiday Fair.”
The event is for all ages and will offer children’s activities, including face painting. Red Barn Learning Center is sponsoring the children’s activities.
For information on the Duvall Farmers Market and the Farm and Artisan Holiday Fair, see duvallfarmersmarket.org or call (425) 922-1695.