Unique shopping at the Holiday Arts & Crafts fair | Arts & Culture
Looking to get a jump on holiday shopping? Or looking for that unique gift for someone special? Why not drop by the Tucson Parks and Recreation Department’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair.
Taking place the weekend after Thanksgiving, this fair has been a tradition for the past 20 years. Visitors and shoppers alike can walk through the park and see all that the artists have to offer, from original designs in delicate beading, to steampunk jewelry. Even see teapot wind chimes, handcrafted masks, colorful mosaics, sun catchers and one of a kind ceramics.
You can discover the eclectic in redesigned vintage purses, dolls and children’s wear; or if you are looking for something ‘cozy’ this is the place to get it with soft blankets and quilts, to knit scarves of all styles and even a cozy collar for your canine companion. Or for that special toy there will be handmade teddy bears, puppets and even wooden toys.
Also at the fair will be food vendors, so don’t forget to stop and have a bite to eat or wet your whistle.
If you are attending the event, you are encouraged to use the concert place entrance from Country Club, this is where you will find plenty of free parking.
For more information or to receive an application call – 791-4877
WHEN: November 24 & 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Reid Park at 22nd and Country Club, just west of the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center.
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