Christmas events at Dundalk's Presbyterian Church


Christmas events at Dundalk's Presbyterian Church

December 3 and 4 will be a busy weekend at Dundalk Presbyterian Church, Jocelyn Street.

On Saturday the 3rd the Church will be hosting the annual Christmas Craft and Trade Fair from to 5pm.

Twenty crafters will be displaying their products to tempt you.

There will be all manner of Christmas goods – cakes, mince pies, candles,logs, stockings, and gift ware.

They are also delighted to have a number of jewellery makers coming and two authors with their own books, one especially written for children with Dyslexia, the other with rhyming stories.

The Dundalk Men’s Sheds will have some of their wood turned products and we shall also have someone with beautiful handmade doll’s houses.

There will also be a vintage model railway, ceramics, soaps, essential oils, pompom crafts, felted and crocheted goods.

Lots of ideas for you for Christmas presents. Throughout the day refreshments will be served and a “guess the value” of a Christmas hamper will be running.

Santa will be visiting in his little house from 12pm – 4pm and he shall have some of his deer “parked” in the Reindeer compound!

Not to be missed for little ones.

On Sunday 4th the Church will hold a Community Carol Service at 7pm. Visiting for the evening will be a Male Voice Choir and The Silver Band.

All are welcome to join us and to have supper afterwards in the Church hall.

Join them for both events to join in the Christmas atmosphere !

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