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39th Annual Winter Festival & Crafts Fair Saturday and Sunday at the Phinney Center

The holidays are upon us and if you are looking for gifts for your loved ones, this is the preeminent event in the neighborhood for unique, handmade goods. Enjoy a holiday shopping experience in two historic buildings full of specialty goods by 120+ local artists and makers, curated by a jury.  You’ll find an excellent array of items: home goods, jewelry and accessories, art, pottery, apparel, gifts for cooks, gifts for guys, gifts for mom, gifts for kids, gifts for yourself, and so on.

Check out this year’s vendors

Saturday December 7 and Sunday December 8, 10 am – 5 pm

Entry: $2 PNA Members / $4 public (cash/check) – it’s for a great cause, if we do say so ourselves. Children 12 and under are free.+ A suggested food item for the FamilyWorks Greenwood Food Bank (not required).

Phinney Center | 6532 Phinney Ave N.

Take a break from shopping and enjoy performances on two stages— from bluegrass, jazz, and holiday pop to Middle Eastern, Morris, and Jewish dancing.

See the entertainment schedule

Munch tasty lunch items, grab an espresso drink at the Snowflake Cafe and indulge yourself with a huge bake sale selection. (Cash or checks only, please).

Take a break from shopping and enjoy a mimosa, mulled wine, or a Figurehead Brewing beer in our outdoor beverage garden. (21+).

Visit all corners of the festival— Blue Building, Brick Building, outdoor vendors too! Get your event passport stamped in at least 5 out of 6 locations and be entered to win one of the many goodie bags with items crafted by some of our amazing makers.

Get fresh holiday decorations at The Phinney Neighborhood Preschool Co-op wreath sale. The wreaths are responsibly grown in Oregon and are a beautiful Pacific Northwest blend of freshly cut noble fir, blue berried juniper, cedar and natural pinecones. They are $25 each and the proceeds support the preschool and scholarship fund.

Enter to win a one-of-a-kind hand-made quilt crafted by Stash Busters. The quilt, “Phancy dancing on Phinney,” was inspired by book Slice ’em and Dice’em by Nancy Brenan Daniel.  The quilt raffle is a Winter Festival holiday tradition and proceeds benefit PNA programs. Tickets are $1 or $5 for 6 and will be available in the Blue Building lobby and in the Phinney Center office before the event.

Not only are you supporting local artisans, but you are also contributing to PNA’s nonprofit programs–such as a hot meal program, the Greenwood Senior Center, memory -loss programming,  kids’ programs, a tool lending library, an art gallery, a community woodshop, as well as numerous community projects, events, and classes.