St. Luke's Christmas Market: Culinary Classics and Crafts To Go on December 3

posted Sunday, November 27, 2022

Celebrate the holiday season joyfully by visiting St. Luke's Christmas Market: Culinary Classics and Crafts To Go. The event will take place in Willard Hall at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 313 Main Street (Route 11 W) in Chester, VT, on December 3, from 10 AM to 1 PM. This event is open to the public and will feature a special pickup time of 9:30-10 AM for those who order items in advance.

At the market, shoppers may choose from a host of delicacies: frozen soups and meals, a wide variety of baked goods, homemade jams and preserves, handmade chocolates in designer tins, and sweet and salty treats. Holiday decorations - including live evergreen sprays and arrangements - decorated candles, and other artistic or handmade creations, plus a variety of nutritious treats for pets, will provide appealing gifts. Special items this year are authentic English chunky orange marmalade, real English mincemeat for pies or tarts, and authentic English Christmas Pudding. A traditional favorite for varied treasures, jewelry, and practical items may be found at Grandma's Attic. New this year is some artwork - including original paintings - that would make a unique addition to someone's house.

For more information, please visit the last week in November for a partial listing of available frozen soups, meals, cakes, and specialty items. To secure your favorite items, please order in advance by contacting Lillian Willis ([email protected], 802-875-1340) or Eileen Widger ([email protected], 802-875-4604).

Whether ordering in advance or browsing in person, bask in early Christmas spirit at St. Luke's Christmas Market in Chester, VT, on December 3.

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