Berlin – Once a year, Berlin artists and craftspeople gather in the 1870 Town Hall to celebrate local talent and offer unique items for sale. Held Saturday, Nov. 24 and Sunday, Nov. 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the fair showcases woodwork, woven baskets, quilts, pottery, jewelry, fine alpaca knitwear, native American silver and art, paintings, prints, photography, garden art, stained glass, fresh holiday greenery decorations and much more.
A raffle, music, snacks, and warm cider makes this a relaxed and fun experience to begin the holiday season. Both floors of the historic building will be filled with crafters and artists who can help you find that unique gift or decorative piece to bring home or who will take orders for a special piece.
The 1870 Town Hall, located 12 Woodward Ave. in Berlin, is conveniently located two miles west of Route 495. Take exit 26 onto Route 62. The 1870 Town Hall will be on your right in the center of town across from the First Parish Church. To find out more about the 1870 Town Hall, visit www.berlin1870townhall.org.