Holiday Faire

The 2019 Holiday Faire is December 6th and 7th

Holiday Faire 2019 Schedule:

Friday, December 6thA Joyful Wassail for Adults   

6:00 PM to Midnight
Live music and entertainment, singing, tree lighting, unique artisan vendors, festive meal, decadent desserts, silent auction, raffle and dance party.
 
Admission:
Pre-sale of tickets encouraged
 
Golden Pass – $25 in advance / $30 at the door
(includes entry, dinner, dessert, and a raffle ticket)
General Admission – $8 in advance / $10 at the door
 
Tickets available at Viroqua Food Coop and Pleasant Ridge Waldorf School office.

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Saturday, December 7th –  A Festive Day for the Entire Family 

Admission:  Free!

9:30am –3:00pm
Beautiful craft making, marionette play, children’s castle, crystal boat, and raffle. Unique artisan vendors, silent auction, hearty lunch, bakery, and live music.
 
Admission
Free (food, beverages, and activities purchased separately)
 

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All are welcome as we open up the school for a day of holiday magic. Shopping, food, puppet shows, crafts, and holiday cheer.

 

Holiday Faire Vendors:

We feature vendors each year that showcase artisan, handmade gifts for our community.  

 

 

2019 PRWS Holiday Faire Artisan Market Vendors

Better Way Bags: Cotton bags to replace single use plastic for produce

Connie Minowa Art: Original art paintings, giclee prints, wearable art pendants and jewelry

Daisy Evans: Mosaics

Gem Alchemy Creations: Elegant hand-crafted necklaces/wrist wraps—silk ribbons & unique stones

Good Monday Group:  Hand-woven wool rugs, stained glass, yard art and mosaics

Honeypot beeswax candles & Busy LizzyBeeswax candles & knitted animals and dolls

Jaali’s Dollies:  Handmade soft sculpture dolls and creatures

Kindred and Nicholas WazeeGale:  Hand carved wooden ware, woven birchbark baskets, deerskin side bags and accessories

Lil’ World Faerie Gardens:  Faerieish edibles, faeries, faerie scapes

Moondance Metals: Fine metalsmithing, jewelry, enameling, a little wood working  and sewn reticule bags

Nan Marshall Designs & Hub’s Happy Hives Honey:  Metalwork jewelry; Local, raw honey

One Eyed Cat Crafts:  Handmade functional ceramic ware with funny pictures on them

Paper Scissors Stone:  Waldorf art and craft supplies

Pete Sandker Art:  Watercolor paintings, prints, and greeting cards                 

Pierce Hill Pottery:  Pottery

Pomegranate:  Handmade whimsical toys and clothing made from recycled fabrics

PRWS 7th Grade Class:  Citrus blossoms, gift wrapping station

PRWS 8th Grade Class:  Walking pickle cart, handmade signs

PS Pottery:  Pottery, wooden spoons, paper crafts

Ravenscrafts:  Mythical creature jars, acrylic paintings, bead ornaments

Rebecca Felten:  Silverware jewelry & charm earrings

Red Lantern Leatherworks:  Custom bridle leather belts while you wait, wristbands & leather earrings

Sacred Folkways:  Beeswax candles, body care products, personal & home products

Scaly Wings & Things:  Ecology/nature inspired block print/screen printed art

Tree Bone Arts:  Earrings and holiday wreaths made from wild harvested and upcycled materials

UberDork Designs:  Whimsical fiber arts and kitschy clay ornaments

Viewpoint Farm Fibers and Handwovens:  Handwoven scarves, vests, wall hangings, wool and cotton floor rugs, and natural dyed yarns

Youth Initiative High School: Screenprinted t-shirts/sweatshirts, and handmade Mexican tiles

Holiday Faire Silent Auction

Do you have items or services that you’d like to donate to the Holiday Faire Silent Auction? We’re asking for gifts valued at $25 minimum. Please click on the form below to submit your donation.

Please fill out this information completely. Contact Kate Holmes at 608-387-2236 with questions.

All donations will benefit our children and programs at Pleasant Ridge Waldorf School. Thank you for your generous gift!

 

Thank you for your support of the PRWS Holiday Faire!