Fairview Lighting Of The Bridge And Silver Bells Craft Show Saturday, Nov. 18

Yikes! Christmas is only a few weeks away. Get into the holiday spirit with the Lighting of the Bridge from 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18. Giant lighted ornaments will decorate Sundheim Park as young and old visit, and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or coffee and a hot dog for a free will offering. Kids are encouraged to have their wish lists ready for Santa Claus.

New this year! Train rides, weather permitting. Kids from 2-92 can hop on the train and take a trip around the park. After all, it is the park with a beautiful historic railroad bridge as its backdrop!

The spectacular fireworks display will happen at 6 p.m., an hour earlier than previous years. Everyone is asked to please stay off the bridge during this entire event.

Earlier in the day, get a great start on your Christmas shopping and decorating at the Silver Bells Craft show from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Fairview School.

With over 25 vendors so far, and more coming in, there are sure to be lots of items to tickle your fancy, and your taste buds. Vendors include Joy Owens with lefse; Brandy Hansen with cookies, salted caramels and jams; A Creations with scroll saw woodworking, ornaments, puzzles, and bracelets; Bright Creations with creams, lotions, and jewelry; doTERRA essential oils; Badlands Clothing; YakAttak Coffee; FFA wreaths and memorial boxes; Side Effect Designs with tumblers and car mugs; Paul and Joan Eldridge with metal art and recycled material arts; Debbie Slough with metal flowers; Flower Meets Urban Legends with rustic materials artwork; Daphne Johnson Clark with her paintings; Erica Renville with Blissful Gifts gift baskets; Lois Unruh with a variety of crafts; Billie Buxbaum with wall hangings, purses, and other quilted items; Missy Shields with blankets, towels, and cookies; Lathers by Lacey with soaps and bath and hair items; Dorothy Rogers with Avon products; Jana Hance with Pampered Chef; Rita Bartleson with Avini Health; Christina Winters with Color Street; Lori Pacovsky with crocheted items, afghans, scrubbies, and some Avon products; Lynn Haugen with Norwex. Be sure to visit the Fairview Chamber/Jeremy Krieger table where you will find the second ornament in the highly collectible Jeremy Dean collection, featuring the Fairview Bridge on its 110th Anniversary.

Tables are still available for only $40 by texting Faith Oakland at 406-480-1476 or emailing her at [email protected].

Concessions will be offered by Explore America.

 

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