Holiday Gift Faire
Celebrating local art
|Address:||3 Bayview Avenue
Belvedere, CA 94920
Holiday Gift Faire
Nibbles, Sips, Music
and Unique Gifts
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
3 Bayview Ave., Belvedere
Outdoors in the courtyard, weather permitting
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, November 19
Annelies Atchley, varied crafts
Barefoot Books, children's books (above): Beautifully illustrated, multi-cultural and inclusive childrens books. Our mission is to open children’s hearts, minds, and worlds.
Mill Valley online retailer Boon Supply focuses on sustainabie products and philanthropy. Shop on our fundraiser store and 40% of the amount of your purchse goes to Camp Create's scholarship fund.
Visit Boon Supply's website, and find recycled reversible wrapping paper, all-natural soy candles, reusable produce bags, delicious cakes and more. https://www.boonsupply.com/collections/618678-st-stephen-s-camp-create
Michael Gothelf, woodturnings
Bill Heydorn, author of Geronimo, the Rest of the Story,
Homeward Bound of Marin, Halo Handmades, chocolate bark, Wagsters dog biscuits (above)
Libby Mills, silk-screened accessories
Local Spicery: freshly-milled, all-natural spices
Daria Painter: unique, one-of-a-kind jewelry with semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls, and vintage beads.
Blythe Rainey-Cuyler: meet Blythe, a Belvedere resident, to find out what inspired her first novel, Alligator Smiles, as well as her newest mysteries.
SeaGardens Marin will be selling Living Art arrangements made with succulents and orchids, planted in a variety of ceramic and natural seashells.
Tinman Walker: jigsaw puzzles with paintings of local scenes by artist Jett Walker
Artists will donate a percentage of their sales to a scholarship fund for Marin children from low-income families so they can attend Camp Create, an arts summer camp at St. Stephen's.