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Christmas spirit hits Downtown Huntsville fair

Arts & Entertainment Editor

Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012

Updated: Thursday, November 29, 2012 01:11

Huntsville is getting into the Christmas spirit with the 3rd Annual Downtown Christmas Fair on Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Over 100 vendors will line the streets of Downtown Huntsville selling everything from handmade crafts to metal signs.

There are booths for everyone with vendors offering food, children’s toys, handmade knitted and crochet items, art work, jewelry and gift items. There are also traditional carnival foods such as funnel cakes, hot dogs, barbeque and old fashioned root beer.

“It is a great way to kick off the holidays and find those gifts for the hard to shop for people,” Main Street Coordinator, Kim McAuliffe said.

There will also be a Winter in the Park children’s area located in Rather Park at the corner of University Ave. and 13th Street. The children’s area is open from noon until 5 p.m.

The children’s area will have games, crafts, a cookie decorating station, letters to Santa, karaoke, moon walks and pony rides.

Children will also enjoy playing in the snow in front of the court house and train rides. Both events cost 50 cents.

All shops in the area will remain open for business and will offer different holiday deals.

For more information, call Main Street at 936-291-5920.


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