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Holiday Happenings Around Town


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Sunday, November 21 & December 12, 10am – 2:30pm

Roudenbush Community Center, 65 Main Street, will host their Fall Market featuring: Artsy Archaeology, Capehouse Candles, Cinda Art Creations, Curley Creates, Dear Pilgrim, Felted By Johnna, Kabob House, Mayer Organics, Mocha Connection, ofgraveconcern, Pampered Chef and Valicenti Pasta Farm. Learn more at Roudenbush.org.


Sunday, November 28, 2:30-4:00pm

Join the Westford Girl Scout Choirs, The Westford Community Christmas Choirs, make a special holiday craft and meet Santa for the 33rd annual tree lighting on the Westford Common.

The Westford Community Christmas Choir will be accepting food donations for the Westford Food Pantry

Learn more at: Museum.Westford.org.


Friday, December 3, 9am – 3pm

Friends of Cameron host the Handcraft Bazaar and Bake Sale where you’ll find knit hats, table runners, quilted items, gnomes, hand towels, a silent auction and much more… find out more at WestfordMAFriendsofCameron.com

Saturday, December 4, 9am – 3pm

This is an entirely student run event with all proceeds benefiting WA‘s Student Council. The new layout accommodates one way travel, designated eating areas, over 200 crafters and vendors, the bazaar is filled with holiday gifts, desserts, international foods, games, music, homemade crafts, and fun for the whole family. Located at 30 Patten Road.

Saturday, December 4, 10am – 2pm

Photos with Santa will be held at WestfordCAT, 487 Groton Road. Come meet Santa and have a photo for your Christmas cheer! $20 suggested donation supports community media. Your photos will be emailed to you to download and use as you wish. WestfordCAT’s Online Holiday Auction runs from Monday, November 29 at noon through Friday, December 3 at 8pm. Winners can pick up their items on Saturday, December 4, 10am – 2pm.


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