The Woods Hole Renaissance Fair, a celebration of crafts, music and community held each year at the Community Hall will be held Saturday, December 1st from 10 am to 3 pm at 68 Water Street, Woods Hole MA.
Over 30 craft vendors crowd Woods Hole Community Hall with one of a kind items including Tessa Morgan's Flying Pig Pottery, Ruth Beakley's hand stitched journals, Rachel Switzer's Cape Cod Shibouri fabrics, Rooster Fricke's hot sauces, Carrie Richter's Peachtree Circle Farm preserves and much more. Neighbors and visitors jostle for hand-made goods which make unique gifts at the holidays.
The hall is filled with free music all through the day provided by local musicians, and "Solstice Singers" who perform holiday revels in renaissance garb.
Next door at the Woods Hole Firehouse, Jennifer Gaines leads a group of home made wreath makers who offer original creations with greenery fresh cut from woods nearby. Woods Hole's Church of the Messiah offers home made soups and breads for lunch, and upstairs there is a Tea Room with hot coffee and sweet treats on offer.
This authentic event has created community for decades and many volunteers lean in to make it happen. It remains a wonderful day to celebrate the neighborhood for those far and wide who love Woods Hole. Benefits from the event support the Woods Hole Community Association, which restores and maintains Community Hall and other community structures in Woods Hole.
More about the Woods Hole Community Association can be found here: http://woodsholecommunityassociation.org/
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