Kringle Christmas Shoppe VII
Located at 1142 Apple Road in Applebachsville, Pa., the little country Latvian church offers easy first-floor access for everyone. The hall is transformed into charming maize of unique fine art, music, literature, sculpture, handwork, home décor and fabulous baked goods. Everything in the shop is LOCALLY created by talented residents of Haycock and the contiguous townships.
Friday, December 3 rd, 1pm - 8pm
Saturday, December 4 th, 10am – 4:30pm
Sunday, December 5 th, 12:30 – 4:30pm
Haycock Historical Society Member, Greg Seifert of Mountain Pride Farm will offer Belgian Horse & Carriage rides, departing from the church and riding through the village of Applebachsville, on Saturday 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM and Sunday 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, the days of the show. Our exciting "Old-world” Christmas Shoppe is created for those who want to experience the magic of getting or giving unique, hand-crafted gifts. Haycock Historical Society highlights new & prize-winning authors, artists and craftsmen--ALL who reside in Haycock Township or the contiguous townships and towns.
Featured Artist in 2010: Joanne Isaac
Joanne has been a resident of Haycock Township for over 30 years, as well as a preservation-minded Haycock Historical Society member. She has long established herself as an internationally sought-after etcher and printmaker. Joanne will offer an extensive collection of framed work and Giclee prints to the public at very affordable prices during the hours of Kringle.
Book Signing Saturday, 12/4, 2:00 - 4:00 Margie Goldthorp-Fulp & Pam Feist-Varkony
Our Lost Tohickon Valley Haycock Township Bucks County PA The title will be available for purchase all throughout the 3-day show. The title details the community and lives of the people who lived in the area of Haycock Township, known as Tohickon Village. The area was condemned by eminent domain to make way for the construction of man-made Lake Nockamixon, completed in 1973. This year's HHS calendar will be available for purchase and will feature a collection of black and white photo’s complementing the new book. Each Haycock Historical Society member household will receive one calendar which is our gift to our loyal members. Hint: Calendars make great gifts for out-of-state family.
Come visit and feel the old-world spirit of Christmas at Kringle! Be serenaded by our talented local performers who bring the spirit of Christmas to life with continuous LIVE holiday music. Stop in at our hospitality center for a complimentary sweet treat & cocoa or coffee. Members of the Latvian community will be on hand, dressed in traditional native costumes. The Latvian kiosk will be selling collected Amber jewelry and serving hot dogs smothered with their unique sweet Latvian Saur Kraut and other traditional treats for their earmarked charity. Remember, every purchase not only helps Haycock Historical Society, but also helps our artist neighbors and supports our local businesses and charitable organizations.
Kringle always welcomes member volunteers and donations of cookies, Christmas lights and solid colored table covers. We also gratefully accept new gifted items for our Basket Raffles. If you are interested in volunteering your time or donating items, please contact Chris Handschin, (215) 536-0364.
Each year, we bring in a very limited amount of new artists/authors and skilled handworkers through our own unique jury process. If you are interested in finding out more about participating in Kringle Christmas Shoppe as a vendor, please contact Chris Handschin: firstname.lastname@example.org
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