Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Hwy., will hold its last Blow-Out Book Sale, 9am-12 noon. Paperback books will sell for 5 cents, and hard-covers, 2 for $1. 570/224-8500.
The Grahamsville United Methodist Church will host a holiday craft fair and luncheon in their Fellowship Hall, 10am-3pm. Local artists and craftsman will sell their jewelry, watercolors, pottery, handmade soaps and much more. A lunch of soup, sandwiches, and desserts available. 845/985-7427, 845/985-2283.
Journey Through Bethlehem, a living nativity, at the Bethany Presbyterian Church, 4:30-6:30pm. Outdoor walking tours. Refreshments served. No charge. 570/253-6316.
The Equinunk Volunteer Fire Company will hold their annual turkey party at the Equinunk Fire Hall, 7pm. A raffle with cash prizes will be held. Free refreshments available.
Santa is at The Big Eddy Toy Co. for photos and to tell your wish list to, 12noon-2pm. Free. Ornament-making workshop at 1pm for $15. Email email@example.com.
The Kenoza Lake United Methodist Women will have their second annual Christmas Bazaar at the Kenoza Lake United Methodist Church Sunday School Rooms, 484 Old Taylor Rd., 10am-4pm. 845/707-3359.
Highlights for Children will hold its 23rd annual Holiday Open House at the Highlights editorial offices at 803 Church Street, 10am-4pm. The event features treats, entertainment, and the always-popular craft room. 570/253-1080.
Village of Monticello and Boys & Girls Clubs host a holiday celebration 2:30-4:30pm at Ted Stroebele Community Center on Jefferson Street. Following the celebration, at 5pm Santa Express arrives at the courthouse on Broadway. For info, call the village clerk at 845/794-6130, ext. 305.
Over two dozen regional artisans selling handcrafted gift items, art and food, 11am-5pm. Materials sourced locally and recycled when possible: Includes porcelain, pottery, baskets, furniture, felted bags, artist prints & photos, dog coats, dried flowers, Yule logs, maple syrup, candy & chocolates, breads & pastries, and more. 570/253-2020.