Country Christmas Faire
Four large exhibit buildings are filled with thousands of handcrafted items and gifts, giving shoppers a chance to start their holiday shopping and purchase unique quality handmade items created by more than 100 talented artisans.
Visitors to the Country Christmas Faire will enjoy musical entertainment, a gingerbread house and holiday ornament display, a community bonfire, and wagon rides. There is also delicious food and beverages.
Santa is available for visitors each day, free babysitting is offered by Girl Scouts of the Northern Mines Service Unit, and Errand Elves from Clear Creek School will be at Main Street Center and available to assist shoppers throughout the event.
- Thanksgiving Weekend (driving directions)
- Hours: 10 am to 5 pm on Friday and Saturday;
10 am to 4 pm on Sunday
- Parking is free
- No Pets Allowed
Vendor Application Available
Are you interested in being a vendor at the 2020 Country Christmas Faire? If you’d like to be part of this unique event, complete the online vendor application below.
Country Christmas Faire Vendor Application (view online, fill out & submit)
Vendor applications are accepted until all spaces are filled. New vendor applicants will be notified after April 1.
Gingerbread House and Holiday Ornament Results
The results of the Gingerbread House and Holiday Ornament competition are in! In the Gingerbread House contest, the Best of Show winner is Heather Mickelson of Rocklin and the People’s Choice award goes to Joanne Perilman/Avery Lawson of Grass Valley. In the Holiday Ornament Contest, the Best of Show winner is Mary Wood of Rough and Ready and the People’s Choice is Cheyanne Marchinek of Penn Valley. The names of all the winners can be found below. Thanks to everyone who participated, and congratulations!
Would you like to be a sponsor of this event? Please visit our Sponsorship Opportunities page for more information.Except for service dogs, no dogs or other pets are allowed on the grounds during events. Pets providing emotional support, well-being, comfort or companionship are not recognized as service animals under ADA regulations and are not permitted.
Except for service dogs, no dogs or other pets are allowed on the grounds during events. Pets providing emotional support, well-being, comfort or companionship are not recognized as service animals under ADA regulations and are not permitted.