About the Winter Festival and Crafts Fair
Join us for the highly anticipated Winter Festival & Crafts Fair, an extraordinary event that brings together the finest artisans and the local community in a joyous celebration of creativity. Held in the picturesque Phinney Center in Seattle, this enchanting festival showcases the talents of over 120 hand-picked makers, carefully selected by a discerning jury.
Step into the historic buildings and immerse yourself in a world of specialty goods, thoughtfully crafted by local artists. From stunning jewelry and accessories to captivating artwork, unique pottery, and exquisite home goods, the Winter Festival offers an astonishing array of treasures for every taste. Explore the aisles brimming with apparel, find gifts for cooks, discover something special for your loved ones, and even treat yourself to a little indulgence.
It goes beyond mere shopping; it’s about forging connections, nurturing a community spirit, and supporting the PNA’s nonprofit initiatives. These include a hot meal program, assistance for the Greenwood Senior Center, memory-loss programming, children’s activities, access to a tool lending library, in addition to a wide array of community projects, events, and educational classes.
Makers & Artists
If you would like to sign up for the waitlist, please click here. Any questions, please email Terri at gro.r1707222879etnec1707222879yenni1707222879hp@pi1707222879rret1707222879
Thank you, sponsors!
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Spread the Cheer: Volunteer!
It takes over a hundred volunteers to make Winter Festival a fantastic experience for our visitors! From decorating to helping vendors unload to keeping an eye on the toilet paper levels, each “job” is vital. Check out our available jobs here.
Visit our Volunteer page to learn more about how you can volunteer at the PNA.
Find your way around the Winter Festival!
We offer limited free onsite parking, so carpooling or alternative options such as bus (#5), Uber/Lyft, or others is highly recommended.
There will be disabled parking spots in the Upper Blue Building lot and on Dayton Ave N (Brick Building’s accessible entrance). Service dogs are allowed in the event (however, we kindly request that no other animals be brought onto the premises).
The elevator entrance for the Blue Building is on the parking lot level, to the right of the playground. Take it to floor 2 to check in.
Enter through the parking lot-level door, there is an ADA-accessible ramp that leads to the elevator. You will take the elevator down to the 1st floor.