Cumberland winter fair coming

Cumberland's annual winter arts and crafts fair is just around the corner.

Cumberland’s annual winter arts and crafts fair is just around the corner.

The 2011 magical and always-lively Cumberland WinterFair will take place Dec. 3 at the Cumberland Recreation Institute from 10 to 4.

Presented by the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Bureau, Cumberland WinterFair features live music, over 50 vendors, tasty food and great community vibes.

This week is the final deadline to get your application in for the 2011 fair.

Vendors of hand made, fair trade or home made toys, music, baking, clothing, candles, cards, housewares, jewelry and other gifts are welcome to apply. Vendors will be accepted from across the region to ensure a good cross-section of products.

Come and be part of a great community event that encourages folks to shop local and delight in the hand made creations of local and regional artists and crafters. Occupy your local craft fair this Christmas!

To download an application form, go to www.cumberlandbc.org.

— Cumberland Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Bureau

 

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