The Fairﬁeld Junior Women’s Club is sponsoring a holiday festival and bazaar on Friday, Dec. 6, from 4-8 p.m. at the Fairfield Community Hall with a variety of activities.
There will be 20-plus vendors selling their wares at the hall throughout the evening. Also at the hall will be children’s face painting by the Fairfield High School Art Club. The club will be raising funds for their activities planned this year. The Fairfield Junior Women’s Club will sell a tacos in a bag and cookies or bars from 5 to 7 p.m.
The Fairﬁeld Volunteer Fire Department will escort Santa to the hall on the ﬁre truck, where he will greet children starting sometime after 6 p.m.
Through the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce, some of the businesses on Main Street will offer Christmas specials during their regular hours of business.
The Fairfield High School FFA Chapter is planning, weather permitting, to have Christmas trees for sale at the school’s shop during the holiday festival. Fairfield’s new FFA advisor John Parks said they planned a field trip to the mountains over Thanksgiving weekend to cut the trees. The funds raised will help with the cost of students attending training and workshops throughout the year.
The sixth-grade students and Eagle Plus are assisting with setup and takedown of the hall.
The funds raised by the Junior Women’s Club are returned to the community through various donations.
A fun family dance will be held at the community hall following the Holiday Festival. Beerman and the Frosty Mugs will play starting at 8:30 p.m. The band members include Brian Kirkhorn, Brian Beerman, Jim Peterman, Ron Dauwalder, Andrew Wambach and Merv Carper. They will be playing music for all generations and a few holiday tunes, too.
A free will donation will be taken with the proceeds going to the restoration project at the Fairfield Community Hall.