This past Saturday the Mennonite Heritage Village hosted their fourth annual Christmas Market! And what a holly jolly time it was.
Admission into the museum only cost a tin for the bin, and right inside the main building, there was a children's craft corner, hot lunch being served, and of course a gigantic vendors market!
There were so many great booths and things to buy, including Christmas decorations, various baking and food products, apparel and dishware, and tremendous creations from artists including painter Mikayla West and Pointillism Artist Rudy Gruenke.
Inside the market between 11-12 and 1-2 there was also some lovely Christmas music being played by violin group The Rempel Trio, who played classics such as "Silent Night" as well as other Christmas and Hannuka-related songs.
The gift shop also had tons of great deals on Mennonite and Christmas-themed items, and for a small fee, there were also horse-drawn wagon rides. With the light dusting of snow, it certainly was lovely weather for a sleigh ride together.