John Curry, Stittsville News
November 10, 2017
You can get a jump on your Christmas shopping by dropping into the Old-Fashioned Christmas and Outdoor Artisan Market being hosted by the Goulbourn Museum on Sunday, Nov. 19.
This annual holiday celebration features local artisans, baked goodies, entertainment and festive crafts.
This event takes place on Sunday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. but please note that this year’s event has been relocated to the former Goulbourn municipal building at 2135 Huntley Rd. That’s because the museum itself at Stanley’s Corners is still closed for renovations, requiring the relocation of the event just 350 metres south along Huntley Road at the former Goulbourn municipal building that is now called the Goulbourn Town Hall.
Admission for this market is free. Vendors at the event will be selling an array of handmade gift items including heirloom preserves, baked goodies, natural soaps and candles, stained glass, children’s clothing, toys, pottery, woodwork, jewelry, textiles, dog treats and more.