9:00 – 4:00
Holy Childhood Holiday Art & Craft Sale
100 Groton Parkway
This is only the second year that outside artists have been invited to sell their beautiful creations at this craft sale and several Rochester Artisans are proud to be among them.
Traditionally, the sale has been famous for the delicious pies baked by The Special Touch Bakery – so popular that there’s a rock-concert-long line, waiting for the sale to open. Their website boasts 17 flavors, though some are seasonal. Darn it, I’m guessing Bumbleberry is a spring/summer pie: raspberries, blueberries and rhubarb!
The Sale also features beautiful handcrafted items made in the agency’s ceramics and woodworking programs.
Holy Childhood provides individualized education, vocational training, clinical services and sheltered workshops for close to 200 individuals from Monroe and the surrounding counties.
Students and adults who make items for the sale have the opportunity to train for the world of work, while making high-quality items in an environment where they can work at their own pace.
The students, adults and volunteers work year-round to prepare for sale which will raise funds for programs and services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
For more information about any of Holy Childhood’s programs, call (585)359-3710 or visit www.holychildhood.org.