The Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair is an iconic holiday shopping tradition. It is in its 32nd year, and it is the largest and longest running holiday festival in the area. With over 100 vendors from around Washington State shoppers are guaranteed to find beautiful items made with care for the ones you love. Crafts include gold and silversmithing, textiles, candles, woodwork, leather works, artisan foods, clothing, and more.
The 4th Chimacum holiday portrait by David Conklin and the opening ceremony will be held at the entrance to the Chimacum High School on Dec. 8th at 9:50am—all are welcome to join. The festivities will start at 9:30am, and while the community gathers, the Chimacum High School Marching Band will serenade the crowd as the fair kicks off. $3.
Each year over 100 students from the Chimacum School District contribute countless hours to make the fair possible. Student volunteers help with marketing, set up, assisting vendors, hosting booths, making and selling crafts, and much more. The fair showcases the collaborative spirit of East-Jefferson County and Chimacum High School, while raising money for school programs, supporting the artisan maker economy, providing a marketplace for youth and nonprofit program fundraisers, and building community.
If you would like to learn more about this fun and festive tradition visit chimacumarts.com or contact email@example.com