Bright Lights Craft Fair offers something for everyone
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Local glass artist Jen Violette’s glass ornaments.
Local glass artist Jen Violette’s glass ornaments.
WILMINGTON- Shop local this holiday season at the sixth annual Bright Lights Craft Fair. The craft fair will feature unique, hand-crafted items made by area artists and crafters. Some of the items people can expect to find include: hand-blown glass ornaments, wreaths, centerpieces, photography, jewelry, fabric art, trivets, wine trays, hand-knitted hats and mittens, collectible teddy bears, soaps, pressed flower art, and much, much more.

Local glass artist Jen Violette will be exhibiting her unique and colorful hand blown glass items at the Bright Lights Craft Fair Saturday, December 9, from 10 am to 4 pm, at Memorial Hall. On display will be lots of Violette’s blown-glass holiday ornaments, whimsical vases, bowls, pitchers, a few of her glass wall sculptures, and several of her Vermont landscape paintings. For more information visit

Twenty other local artisans will also have their beautiful handmade items on display at the show on Saturday.

Come meet up with friends and neighbors and fill Memorial Hall with holiday spirit. Admission is free. The crafters’ booth fee will benefit Pettee Memorial Library. After the craft fair, continue shopping throughout the day at participating downtown businesses to take advantage of specials offered to attendees of the craft fair. A list of participating businesses will be posted in Memorial Hall on the day of the craft fair.

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