Christmas comes early in Lake NebagamonChristmas is coming to Lake Nebagamon in November this year! In keeping with tradition, savvy shoppers will be able to take advantage of the Wisconsin hunting season opener to make the rounds of “Does Day” art and craft sales. This year there will be five big sales in Lake Nebagamon opening day, Saturday, Nov. 19.
Christmas is coming to Lake Nebagamon in November this year! In keeping with tradition, savvy shoppers will be able to take advantage of the Wisconsin hunting season opener to make the rounds of “Does Day” art and craft sales. This year there will be five big sales in Lake Nebagamon opening day, Saturday, Nov. 19.
Included in this cavalcade of sales is the annual Kids in Nebagamon Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the historic Lake Nebagamon Auditorium, 11596 E. Waterfront Drive. More than 40 artists and crafters display their creations. Admission is free.
KIN volunteers will also be offering a luncheon menu of homemade soup and croissants. Each year the chefs at Lawn Beach Inn in Lake Nebagamon create special soups for the occasion.
KIN assists children and families in the Maple School District.
The Holiday Bazaar at St. Anthony Parish Hall, 11648 E. County Road B, features a Christmas Cookie Walk, Fair Trade coffee, chocolate and crafts and lunch benefitting the St. Anthony Youth. There will also be a large variety of local crafters selling their unique items. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Fused-glass gifts and jewelry, hand-knit/felted items, and other exciting gifts will be offered to holiday shoppers from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the McGrath studio, 11614 E. Main St. There will also be a sneak preview 5:30-8 p.m. today. All items are hand-crafted by Maureen McGrath and Angela Hanson.
Doris Hannula of the Lake Nebagamon Lawn & Garden & Crafts Center, 6693 S. County Road F, is offering a holiday boutique during November and December. The center will be open for the big area craft fair day 3-7 p.m. today; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
The Lawn Beach Inn, located right next door to the auditorium, will be the site of the fifth craft show in Lake Nebagamon Saturday. Creations by Patty Davey will be on display and there will be many original pieces on sale.
Kids in need
The Kids in Nebagamon organization has already been asked to assist 75 local children in need this Christmas. Many individuals and groups have volunteered to help with the project, but more donors and shoppers are needed. Anyone who wishes to help with this project should contact Kay Coletta, (715) 374-2283, or email@example.com.
KIN also provides food baskets for each family in need with help from local grocery stores. Donations of canned or packaged foods may be arranged by calling Coletta.