The Return of a Christmas Tradition
Jingle Mingle Arts & Crafts Fair Saturday, November 13th
Yes friends neighbors after last year’s pandemic related sabbatical the nearly legendary and consistently packed full of surprises Jingle Mingle has returned.
This is one of the premier shows of its type in the region as vendors and shoppers form the perfect storm in what has become a yearly ritual for those looking to cross off a bit of their Christmas list in a one stop shopping extravaganza.
Whether you’re a JM veteran who arrives at the opening to ensure the items from your favorite mini merchants will be plentiful or a newbie to the event who is in search of gifting ideas, this is the show for you.
Here are the details courtesy of our friends from the Fremont Area Chamber.
The Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce invites the public to the Jingle Mingle Arts & Crafts Fair. The fair will be held on Saturday, November 13th from 9 am to 3 pm at the Fremont Middle School at 500 Woodrow Street.
Organizers say that attendees will find many unique handmade gifts and crafts. A few of the vendors that have already registered are hand painted holiday ornaments, illustrated children’s books, hand crafted jewelry, soy candles, fused glass jewelry and plates, leather earrings, ceramics, handmade soaps and lotions, Victorian-Shabby Chic items, aprons, fabric pumpkins, repurposed Vintage lamps, wood craft Christmas décor, military flags, mittens, quilted items, knitted bags, tumblers, wool hats and resin art, clothing for American Girl dolls, quilted items, local honey and Michigan themed shirts and jewelry are just a few of the booths that you will find at the show. Handmade holiday cards will be for sale too. Organizers look to find unique handmade craft items to offer our shoppers for their holiday gift giving.
Fresh baked goodies, candies, peanut brittle, gourmet caramel apples, tamales, dips and spices, jams and jellies will be offered for purchase as well. Everyone’s favorites are back – the homemade butter cakes and St. Mark’s Episcopal Church’s cheeseballs will be at the show too! Pam’s Pantry with her dips to help make all your party treats taste fantastic will also have her usual corner so stop by!
Visitors at the Jingle Mingle are invited to have lunch while you are shopping. We will offer four different food vendors with a variety of food for everyone to enjoy. Two Hot Tamales, one of Fremont’s favorites, will be back again this year.
New this year Love Inc’s Bling for the King will be held in the Quest Building! The Quest Building is located right next to the Fremont Middle School! Bling for the King features jewelry, purses and bags, watches, and other accessory items! The annual Love INC Jewelry and accessory fundraising event benefits the ministry of Love INC of Newaygo County.
The Fremont Middle School is located at 500 Woodrow Street, Fremont. Easy directions to get there from Main Street are turn south on Gerber Avenue, which is the corner where Pizza Hut is located, follow Gerber south and it will turn into Woodrow and Fremont Middle School will be located on the south side of the street.
There are a few vendor booth spaces left, if you are interested in participating this year contact the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce for more information! Call (231) 924-0770, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by our office at 7 E. Main Street, downtown Fremont.
Come start your holiday shopping early at the 2021 Jingle Mingle Arts & Crafts Fair! We look forward to seeing you there!
11/6/2021 03:43:38 pm
Be sure to visit the downtown businesses while you are out shopping for Jingle Mingle!!
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