2018 Holy Hill Arts & Crafts Fair
Saturday, September 15, 2018
10:00 am — 5:00 pm
$5.00; Children 12 & under — Free
230+ Artists & Craftsmen Presenting Their Work in a Natural Setting.
- SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE FROM AND TO PARKING
- Food Booths
- Parish Pantry Booth
- Silent Auction
- DOOR PRIZES SELECTED FROM FAIR ENTRIES
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there a handicapped parking area?
Yes, there will be handicapped parking for the Arts & Crafts Fair. Signs will be posted asking people who need handicapped parking to turn on their vehicle’s flashers as they enter the grounds; this will alert the parking attendants to direct those vehicle to the handicapped parking areas.
Are dogs allowed?
We’re so sorry, but for safety and health reasons, there are no pets allowed at the Arts & Crafts Fair, with the exception of service animals. Only service animals are allowed at the Arts & Crafts Fair.
Are the grounds wheelchair accessible with at least some paved trails?
Some of the Arts & Crafts Fair exhibitors will be set up on the paved parking lot, and so will be wheelchair accessible; others will be in wooded areas where it might be more difficult for a wheelchair.
Will the church and tower still be open to tour during the day?
Yes, the church is open daily, including this Saturday, from 6am to 7pm (May 1st to Oct. 31st). The climbing tower will be open Saturday from 9am to 6:30pm (May 1st to Oct. 31st), weather permitting.
Do the shuttle carts run to the church, too?
Yes, there will be shuttle carts to take people from the Fair to the church during the Arts & Crafts Fair.