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Holiday Faire at Grave House Features Local Vendors, Virginia Artist Danny Doughty

Annual showcase for local vendors this year features the work of Virginia artist Danny Doughty.

The 1685 Deacon John Grave House never looks better than during the four days of its annual Holiday Faire Extraordinaire.

This year the fun kicked off on Thursday night, Nov 29. The Faire will be open on Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2 from 12 noon until 6 p.m., and will be operating during the the lighting of the tree on the Madison Green 

Shoppers who are looking for something unusual will find a unique array of items on offer by local vendors including First Impressions, Hearts and Flowers, Hometown Bakery, Madison Flower Shop,The Well Seasoned Nest, Necessary Indulgences, East Wharf Bags and others.

A new presence this year is Danny Doughty, a Virginia native who has a gallery in the town of Cambridge, MD. His bright, colorful and compelling renditions of life in the South and New England grace several walls of the Grave House.

Deacon John Grave House

581 Boston Post Road

Madison

203-245-4798

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