Do some holiday shopping, have some fun, and support the Voorhees Music Programs at the 7th annual Voorhees High School Music Association Winter Festival on Saturday, November 19, 9 am – 3 pm. Admission is FREE.
The festival, held indoors at the high school, features more than 100 crafters and vendors offering everything from knitwear to soaps to jewelry to baked goods to fine crafted woods and dozens of other unique items perfect for holiday gift giving or for enriching your own home. Many of the vendors and crafters are from Hunterdon, Morris and Warren counties, so it’s a great way to support local small business people.
This year, Winter Festival will also include live performances from the hardworking vocal and instrumental music students at Voorhees High School.
The festival will also have plenty to keep the kids busy so they won’t get bored while you shop. There will be carnival-style games, face-painting, sand art and prizes for the kids. And no one needs to worry about getting hungry, as there will be a variety of foods for lunching or snacking.
The first 1000 adults to attend will get a free chance to win gift cards to local businesses!
Proceeds from the festival benefit the Voorhees High School Music Association, which supports the school’s talented teen musicians and vocalists, by providing instruments, enrichment opportunities and scholarships for Voorhees students.