Holiday Gift Faire returns; celebrating 30 years

file-photo-2015-craft-faireAre you looking for a unique gift? Something handmade? Then it’s time you mark your calendars as the Colusa Holiday Gift Faire and Craft Show returns this November and celebrates its 30th year.

The two-day event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 20.

The Colusa Holiday Gift Faire and Craft Show has been a long-standing tradition each November in Colusa.

“Once again under the management of the 44th District Agricultural Association (44th DAA), the longtime sponsors of the event have plans to make this the best Faire ever,” said Colusa County Fair CEO Jonathan Howard. “We have 30 years of tradition to celebrate.”

With well over 100 vendors, the event is an emporium of holiday shopping.

“For many, this is the start of their holiday shopping,” said Howard. “People come from all around the north state.”

The event will showcase vendors offering holiday wares, crafts, and gifts.

“It’s a great place to go shopping for unique or handmade items, or for those yearly holiday essentials for your family entertaining,” said Howard.

Howard confirmed today that Colusa County’s own Santa Claus (Dave Bishop) will once again make an appearance.

“We are excited our own Santa will be returning,” said Howard. “He is the real deal.”

The Colusa Holiday Craft Faire & Gift Show is open Saturday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 20, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Admission and parking is free.

For additional information, or to become a vendor contact the Colusa County Fair office at (530) 458-2641.

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