Will Increasing Mortgage Rates Impact Home Prices?

by Harriman Real Estate on December 8, 2016

Will Increasing Mortgage Rates Impact Home Prices? | Simplifying The Market

There are some who are calling for a decrease in home prices should mortgage interest rates begin to rise rapidly. Intuitively, this makes sense as the cost of a home is determined by the price of the home, plus the cost of financing that home. If mortgage interest rates increase, fewer people will be able to buy, and logic says prices will fall if demand decreases.

However, history shows us that this has not been the case the last four times mortgage interest rates dramatically increased.

Here is a graph showing what actually happened:

Will Increasing Mortgage Rates Impact Home Prices? | Simplifying The Market

Last week, in an article titled “Higher Rates Don’t Mean Lower House Prices After All, the Wall Street Journal revealed that a recent study by John Burns Real Estate Consulting Inc. found that:

“[P]rices weren’t especially sensitive to rising rates, particularly in the presence of other positive economic factors, such as strong job growth, rising wages and improving consumer confidence.”

Last week’s jobs report was strong and the Conference Board just reported that the Consumer Confidence Index was back to pre-recession levels.

Bottom Line

We will have to wait and see what happens as we move forward, but a decrease in home prices should rates go up is anything but guaranteed.

Source: KCM Feed

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Selling in the Winter Attracts Serious Buyers

by Harriman Real Estate on December 7, 2016

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A recent study of more than 7 million home sales over the past four years revealed that the season in which a home is listed may be able to shed some light on the likelihood that the home will sell for more than asking price, as well as how quickly the sale will close.

It’s no surprise that listing a home for sale during the spring saw the largest return, as the spring is traditionally the busiest month for real estate. What is surprising, though, is that listing during the winter came in second!

“Among spring listings, 18.7 percent of homes fetched above asking, with winter listings not far behind at 17.5 percent. While 48.0 percent of homes listed in spring sold within 30 days, 46.2 percent of homes in winter did the same.”

The study goes on to say that:

“Buyers [in the winter] often need to move, so they’re much less likely to make a lowball offer and they’ll often want to close quickly — two things that can make the sale much smoother.”  

Bottom Line

If you are debating listing your home for sale within the next 6 months, keep in mind that the spring is when most other homeowners will decide to list their homes as well. Listing your home this winter will ensure that you have the best exposure to the serious buyers who are out looking now!

The study used the astronomical seasons to determine which season the listing date fell into (Winter: Dec. 21 – Mar. 20; Spring: Mar. 21 – June 20; Summer: June 21 – Sept 21; Autumn: Sept 21 – Dec. 20).
Source: KCM Feed

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When Is a Good Time to Rent? Not Now!

by Harriman Real Estate on December 6, 2016

When Is a Good Time to Rent? Not Now! | Simplifying The Market

People often ask if now is a good time to buy a home. No one ever asks when a good time to rent is. However, we want to make certain that everyone understands that today is NOT a good time to rent.

The Census Bureau recently released their third quarter median rent numbers. Here is a graph showing rent increases from 1988 until today:

When Is a Good Time to Rent? Not Now! | Simplifying The Market

As you can see, rents have steadily increased and are showing no signs of slowing down. If you are faced with the decision of whether you should renew your lease or not, you might be pleasantly surprised at your ability to buy a home of your own instead.

Bottom Line

One way to protect yourself from rising rents is to lock in your housing expense by buying a home. If you are ready and willing to buy, let’s get together to determine if you are able to, today!

Source: KCM Feed

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4 Reasons to Buy Your Dream Home This Winter

by Harriman Real Estate on December 5, 2016

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As the temperature in many areas of the country starts to cool down, you might think that the housing market will do the same. This couldn’t be further from the truth! Here are 4 reasons you should consider buying your dream home this winter instead of waiting for spring!

1. Prices Will Continue to Rise

CoreLogic’s latest Home Price Index reports that home prices have appreciated by 6.3% over the last 12 months. The same report predicts that prices will continue to increase at a rate of 5.2% over the next year.

The bottom in home prices has come and gone. Home values will continue to appreciate for years. Waiting no longer makes sense.

2. Mortgage Interest Rates are Projected to Increase

Your monthly housing cost is as much related to the price you pay for your home as it is to the mortgage interest rate you secure.

Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey shows that interest rates for a 30-year mortgage are currently at 4.08%. The Mortgage Bankers Association, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac & the National Association of Realtors are in unison, projecting that rates will increase by this time next year.

An increase in rates will impact YOUR monthly mortgage payment. A year from now, your housing expense will increase if a mortgage is necessary to buy your next home.

3. Either Way You’re Paying a Mortgage

There are some renters who have not yet purchased a home because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. Everyone should realize that, unless you are living with your parents rent free, you are paying a mortgage – either yours or your landlord’s.

As an owner, your mortgage payment is a form of ‘forced savings’ that allows you to have equity in your home that you can tap into later in life. As a renter, you guarantee your landlord is the person with that equity.

Are you ready to put your housing cost to work for you?

4. It’s Time to Move on with Your Life

The ‘cost’ of a home is determined by two major components: the price of the home and the current mortgage rate. It appears that both are on the rise.

But what if they weren’t? Would you wait?

Look at the actual reason you are buying and decide whether it is worth waiting. Whether you want to have a great place for your children to grow up, you want your family to be safer or you just want to have control over renovations, maybe now is the time to buy.

If the right thing for you and your family is to purchase a home this year, buying sooner rather than later could lead to substantial savings.

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Holiday Window & Outdoor Display Contest

by Harriman Real Estate on December 2, 2016

Holiday Window & Outdoor Display ContestThis weekend marks the start of a great holiday season in Wallingford; with the Holiday Stroll on for tonight from 4-9PM and SantaCon and Seasons of Celebration taking place on Saturday, this weekend promises to provide lots of fun of everyone young and old!

This year, a new wrinkle has been added to the mix that will showcase the art and ingenuity of our small business people. The Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Holiday Window & Outdoor Display Contest from December 1st to the 21st to allow small businesses to dress up their windows for the holidays. Not only will their be a winner chosen who has the best window display, but people strolling up and down the street to participating vendors can win too! How? Like this:

Simply visit the participating vendors listed in the graphic below, take a selfie in front of the display and them email it to maribel@quinncham.com with the subject, “Selfie Contest”. You have 21 days to visit as many vendors as you want and take as many selfies as you want and submit them to the email address above. All selfies will be displayed on the Quinnipiac Chamber Facebook page.

Holiday Window & Outdoor Display Contest

In order to VOTE for your favorite display, when you email your selfie in front of your favorite display to the Chamber, make sure you specify IN THE EMAIL that this display is your favorite. Once the contest ends there will be random drawings for several $50 gift cards from the participating vendors!

With all these great events coming up, this weekend is shaping up to be an amazing mix of fun and festivities, not to mention a great way to get out and meet your neighbors and show some love for the many small business owners that are the life’s blood of our community. The weather should be fine for the Stroll tonight so we look forward to seeing you all stop into our real estate office at 116 Center Street for some wine provided by our two amazing wineries and some sandwich and cookie samples courtesy of our friends at Nardelli’s Subs! See you tonight, and make sure you take lots of selfies in front of our window display!

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Just Listed: 88 Wrinn St, Wallingford CT 06492

by Harriman Real Estate on November 29, 2016

88 Wrinn St, Wallingford, CT

88 Wrinn St Wallingford CT 06492

$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 1232 SQUARE FEET

Beautifully updated home that is move-in ready! It’s a unique layout for a raised ranch. The upper level features a large living room with hardwood floors and a bay window. This room is open to dining area that has a pass-through to the kitchen to give it a more open feel. The kitchen offers some great updated features, such as newer appliances, lighting, fixtures and a center island. There are three bedrooms, all with hardwood floors and a spacious full bath with plenty of counter space. Other updates on this level are windows and fresh paint. The lower level has a finished room that could be a den, office or a 4th bedroom (has closets). There’s also plenty of space to finish for a rec room area and storage. To complete this level is another full bath and a laundry area. Off the back of the lower level is a large 3 season porch. This is a great spot to relax during those warm summer nights. There is a nice yard for outdoor enjoyment. There’s even a shed for storage. The home also features central air. Convenient location, close to shopping and dining.

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Wallingford Holiday Stroll, Seasons of Celebration Coming Up

by Harriman Real Estate on November 28, 2016

Where does the time go?? It seems like just yesterday it was Summer and we were basking in the warmth of the long days, and Thanksgiving and Christmas seemed a long way off. Now here it is November, Thanksgiving has gone by, and Christmas is so close you can taste it. In fact, it’s only 26 days away as of this writing, if that brings it into closer focus for ya! But it’s also time for three fun-filled events for our residents to enjoy: Wallingford Center, Inc.’s 8th Annual Holiday Stroll on Friday, December 2nd, followed on Saturday, December 3rd by Stroll Santa Stroll and Seasons of Celebration .

Wallingford Holiday StrollTo kick off this festive weekend, Wallingford Center, Inc. will hold their 8th annual Holiday Stroll, which includes their “Stroll, Shop, Win” event, a fantastic raffle with prizes of gift cards from many of the participating stores. First prize is $1,000, second place is $600, and third place is $400. How do you enter, you ask? Simple. Just stop into each of the participating merchants while you stroll and fill out a ballot. The more you stroll, the more places you visit, the more chances you have to win. Easy, right?

And if that wasn’t enough, many of the participating merchants will be offering in-store specials during the event and there will once again be activities at the gazebo in Johanna Fishbein Park, including a bonfire from 6pm – 9pm, carols sung by the Wallingford Chorus and Wallingford Community Theater, roasted chestnuts, and music provide by a DJ. Also, there will be ice carvers and Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at Mr. D’s from 5pm to 8pm.

In addition, several more businesses and non-profits will will have booths set up in the HUBCAP office at 128 Center Street so people can go in and get to know them better.

And our office at 116 Center Street is also a drop-off point for Holiday For Giving, so if you have a new, unwrapped toy you’d like to donate to a needy child, feel free to bring it in and drop it in our collection box!

For a list of holiday stroll participating merchants, CLICK HERE. For more info, contact WCI at (203) 284-1807 or Wallingford Parks & Rec at (203) 294-2120.

Next up on Saturday, December 3rd is a new event this year, “Stroll Santa Stroll”, a one mile stroll through downtown Wallingford taking place from 10AM to 12PM and beginning and ending at Johanna Manfreda Fishbein Park. Breakfast sandwiches will be provided by Chick-Fil-A, and hot chocolate and coffee will also be available to all that participate.

Pre-registration is required for this event, and is already underway, with the first 100 to register receiving a free Santa hat to wear while strolling. Registration is $5.00 per person or $10.00 per family, or an unwrapped gift for a child, and can be done at Wallingford Park & Rec’s Youth and Social Services office or at Wallingford Center Inc. located at 128 Center Street. All proceeds from this event will be donated to Holiday For Giving to help Wallingford families in need.

The final event on Saturday, December 3rd is Seasons of Celebration, which kicks off at 1PM following Stroll Santa Stroll. This annual event started decades ago at the downtown train station as a meet-and-greet for Santa Claus, but in recent years has moved uptown and expanded to include a variety of fun activities. The town is sponsoring most of the activities, which are free, and most will take place in or around Town Hall.

Here’s list of the happenings:

  • O little town of Wallingford...listen to your favorite Christmas carols at the Seasons of Celebrations!Kids can visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus from 1PM to 4:30PM in the foyer of Town Hall
  • There will be a petting zoo and games for kids from 1PM to 4PM
  • Elf Houses will also be on display
  • The North Farms Volunteer Fire Department will collect toys for Wallingford children from 1PM to 3PM
  • Hot cocoa. popcorn and cookies to keep you warm and toasty will be available from 1PM until they run out
  • A photo booth will be open from 2PM to 5PM, courtesy of Show Stopper Entertainment
  • Horse-drawn carriage rides will be offered in front of Town Hall from 1PM to 4PM
  • Roaming railroad train for the kids from 1:00PM to 4PM
  • The Yankee Chorus will sing Christmas carols from 2PM to 3PM
  • Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, 1PM to 4PM
  • Rudolph with your nose so bright, will you be in our parade tonight? See him in the Seasons of Celebrations event!The “Frosty Parade” will start at 5:00PM and will feature Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, Santa’s Elves and the Toy Soldiers
  • The Wallingford Chorus will sing carols at the gazebo in Fishbein Park at 5:15PM and dancers from Fusion Fitness & Dance will perform, followed by a reading of “Twas the Night Before Christmas” by Wallingford Mayor William Dickinson, Jr.
  • The Christmas tree lighting ceremony will take place at 5:45PM in front of the railroad station
  • Enjoy the music of DJ Jake Zielinsky all day long!

This year’s holiday events again promise to be fun for kids of all ages and an exciting kick-off to the town’s holiday celebration. While we hope for good weather, would it be blasphemous to wish for just a little bit of snow? Regardless of the forecast, we hope for a great turnout and hope to see you there!

(Disclaimer: the schedule of events is accurate as of press time; however, they are subject to change at any time due to inclement weather or the organizer’s discretion. Please check back often for updates.)

 

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Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016

by Harriman Real Estate on November 25, 2016

Support our local Wallingford businesses on Small Business Saturday!Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016

Thanksgiving has passed, the turkey and stuffing and pies are either all gone or in the fridge waiting for the next few meals, and everyone’s attention has turned to those two other days that signal the start of the frantic madness that is the Holiday Shopping Season: Black Friday (TODAY!) and Cyber Monday. But sandwiched between those two hectic days there’s another, less well-known day that deserves just as much attention as its big brothers. Perhaps more.

Tomorrow, November 26th, is Small Business Saturday, a day to celebrate and support the local small businesses that boost the economy and invigorate neighborhoods across the country. Last year, over 100 million people came together to show local businesses how important they are to their communities, and this year should be even bigger.

In Wallingford, you can patronize a plethora of participating businesses, including East Side Spirit Shoppe, Canelli Jewelers, The Library Wine Bar & Bistro, and Vinny’s Deli. For a map that shows all the participating shops, CLICK HERE. Also, be sure to “like” the Small Business Saturday Facebook page!

Small Business Saturday 2016

Harriman Real Estate LLC is proud to support Small Business Saturday, and we’re encouraging everyone to Shop Small® here in Wallingford and throughout Connecticut on November 26th.

Most importantly, get out there, Shop Small, and let’s make this November 26th the biggest day of the year for small business. To learn more, visit ShopSmall.com.

Here are some interesting stats about Small Business Saturday.

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Holiday For Giving Drop Off Point at Harriman Real Estate

by Harriman Real Estate on November 10, 2016

Harriman Real Estate LLC is happy to announce that our office will once again be a designated drop off location for Holiday For Giving, a local program run by volunteers that collects donations of food, new toys, personal care items, baby items, and more which are then distributed to those local families in need during the holidays.

Holiday for Giving

Many Ways to Help

Holiday for GivingBetween now and the week of December 5th, you’re invited to come into our office at 116 Center Street and drop off your donation of any of the following:

  • Make a monetary donation
  • Donate a new toy for children 1-7 years old, boy or girl
  • Donate non-perishable food items
  • Donate personal hygiene items
  • Donate Gift Cards (increments of $20 or less per card) from: East Center Market, Holiday Cinema (Wallingford), Kohl’s, Marshall’s, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop or Wal-Mart

With the items you donate, Holiday for Giving is expected to be able to help over 400 Wallingford families with food for the holidays; over 350 children (ages 1-7) with 2 new toys and a book to read; over 175 children (ages 8-12) with movie passes; over 20 newborn babies with a handmade blanket, a box of baby items and a new toy; and a packet of personal hygiene items for each family.

Our Magic Hat for your monetary donations.We have a drop box for any toys, food, etc that you may wish to donate, and a “Magic Hat” at our reception desk to accommodate your monetary donations. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 9AM to 5PM, and Saturday from 10AM to 1PM. If you can’t make it during those times, feel free to call Wayne at 203-605-3873 to make other arrangements.

We hope you can take advantage of this opportunity to make a difference in our community. For more information on Holiday for Giving, please contact Jennifer Adamo-Lavoie at 203-415-9163 or email holidayforgiving@yahoo.com. You are also invited to “like” their Facebook page at Holiday for Giving.

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Wallingford/Meriden 2016 Holiday and Craft Fairs

by Harriman Real Estate on November 9, 2016

Wallingford/Meriden 2016 Holiday and Craft Fairs

It’s time again for our annual holiday and craft fair post! Here is a list of all the events coming up in the Wallingford/Meriden area:

Wallingford/Meriden CT 2015 Holiday and Craft Fairs

Wallingford:

[NOTE: Events in RED text are ones that have taken place in past years but have not yet been verified for this year. Once they are verified I will change them to BLACK text,]

November 12th:

Our Lady of Fatima Church will hold a Craft Fair on Saturday, November 12th from 9am to 3pm in the parish hall located at 382 Hope Hill Road in the Yalesville section of Wallingford. For more info, contact Cheri at 203-265-5375.

Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic church Holiday Fair, 9am – 2pm at PNA Park, North Plains Industrial Highway. They will once again feature their Polish Kitchen, serving their famous Polish platter, kielbasa, pierogi, stuffed cabbage, sauerkraut and rye bread, and other ala carte items.

Masonicare at Ashlar Village on Cheshire Road in Wallingford will be hosting a Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair. The fair, which will be open to the public, will take place on Saturday, Nov. 12th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Hartog Activities Center Auditorium. For information contact Marisa Dominello at 203-679-6059 or Noreen Caffrey at 203-679-6402

November 13th:

Parker Farms School 6th Annual Holiday Fair, 10am – 2pm, at Parker Farms School, 30 Parker Farms Road. Free admission, all proceeds go to the Cook Hill/Parker Farms PTO.

November 18th:

Yalesville United Methodist Church. 4-7 pm Gift boutique, crafts, gift baskets, baked goods, cookie walk. Serving soups and sandwiches Fri and Sat.

November 19th:

Lyman Hall Holiday Craft Fair, 9am – 3pm at Lyman Hall High School at 70 Pond Hill Road. For more information, call Roseann Augur at 203-294-1062 or email her at roseann.augur@gmail.com.

Yalesville United Methodist Church. 9am-2pm. Gift boutique, crafts, gift baskets, baked goods, cookie walk. Serving soups and sandwiches Fri and Sat.

November 26th:

East Wallingford Volunteer Fire Department’s 29th Annual Craft Fair, from 9am – 2pm at the fire house at 2 Kondracki Lane. Contact Tim Whalen at 203-265-4734 or email EWFDCCraftFair@gmail.com for more info.

Sheehan H.S. Music Parents Assoc is having a Holiday Vendor Fair on Sat Nov 26th from 9am-2pm at Sheehan High School, 142 Hope Hill Rd. For more info or to secure a vendor space, contact Sue Simpson at s-simpson@msn.com.

Masonicare Health Center, 22 Masonic Avenue, will be hosting a Holiday Fair from 9am to 2pm. It’s a day full of shopping, food, fun, and more! Looking to do a LOT of affordable holiday shopping? Want to take the kids to meet Mr. & Ms. Claus or to make their own Ornament? Do you or someone you know love Trains? Then come meet Santa and Ms. Claus, come view our Extraordinary Train Room, but don’t forget to do some Christmas shopping while you’re here. Come browse and see what Masonicare’s Holiday Fair has to offer you this Season!! Also don’t miss your chance to WIN the 3ft tall Specialty Christmas Tree Drawing! For more info, contact Maria Santiago at 203-679-5980 or msantiago@masonicare.org, or Carla Young at 203-679-6253 or cyoung@masonicare.org.

November 27th:

The Hungarian Cultural Society of Connecticut will hold their first annual Christmas Bazaar at the Hungarian Club, 147 Ward Street, from 10am to 4pm, featuring arts and crafts, food, and handmade Christmas candy. Free admission.

December 2nd:

Gaylord Hospital , 50 Gaylord Farm Road, in the lobby from 9am – 4pm.

December 3rd:

Highland/Yalesville Elementary Schools PTO Craft Fair, 9am – 3pm at Highland School. For more info, call 203-294-3970, Carole Eager at 203-235-0195, or email Carole at careager@aol.com.

First Congregational Church Christmas Fair is Saturday, December 3rd from 9AM to 3PM. Lunch will be served at 11:30am and there will be hand-made crafts, pies and baked goods along with a cookie walk. Come and join us. We are located at 23 South Main Street. Call the Church office at 203-265-1692 for more information.

First Baptist Church, 114 No. Main St, will host its annual Women’s Guild Craft Fair from 9am to 2pm. Featuring a variety of vendors, a Christmas table, a gently used book table, and soup and sandwich luncheon. For more info, call Judy Veditch at 203-530-8112.

December 10th:

Rock Hill School, 910 Old Rock Hill Road, will hold its annual craft fair from 9am to 3pm on Saturday the 12th at the school. For more info call the school at 203-294-6260.

Wallingford/Meriden CT 2015 Holiday and Craft Fairs

Meriden:

[NOTE: Events in RED text are ones that have taken place in past years but have not yet been verified for this year. Once they are verified I will change them to BLACK text,]

November 12th:

St. John Lutheran Church / Preschool, 520 Paddock Ave., will host its annual Holiday Fair, will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the fellowship hall of the church. For information, call or text 203-238-2331.

South Meriden Trinity United Methodist Church, 145 Main St. presents Village Holiday Bazaar from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. Gift baskets, scarfs, crafts, fudge, Rada knives, baked goods,adult bibs. Café from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Serving delicious soups, chili sandwiches, hot dogs and hot apple crisp.

November 16th:

Roger Sherman Vendor Night on Wed Nov 16th from 5:30-7:30pm. Contact rogershermantpt@gmail.com for any questions!

November 18:

Casimir Polaaski School, 100 Clearview Avenue will hold their Holiday Bazaar at the school on Friday, November 18th from 5pm to 7pm. For more info contact Jeanne Anastasio by phone at 203-238-1273.

November 19th:

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Society is sponsoring its second Holiday Fair and Bake Sale from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, in the church hall at 109 Goodwill Ave. Anyone interested in renting a table may call Theresa Macri 203-317-6216.

Wilcox Tech High School Craft Fair will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, at Wilcox Tech High School, 298 Oregon Road. Raffles, Santa, and student volunteers to help with set-up/clean up. For information, call 203-317-5977.

25th Annual Franciscan Christmas Fair, 9:30am – 2:30pm, Franciscan Life Center, 271 Finch Avenue. For more info, call 203-237-8084 or visit www.flcenter.org.

November 20th:

Village Barn 16 River Road, South Meriden from 1pm – 5pm.

November 26th:

Meriden Holy Angels Annual Christmas on the Hill Holiday Bazaar, 9am – 3pm, Church of the Holy Angels, 585 Main Street. For more details, call the Parish Office at 203-235-3822, email office@holyangelschurch.com, or visit www.holyangelschurch.org.

December 2nd:

Bradley Home & Pavilion, 320 Colony St., will host the Bradley Holiday Bazaar from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.

Thomas Hooker Elementary School Holiday Fair. Friday Dec 2nd from 5-8pm. Contact Joelle Quilty joellequilty@att.net or 203.639.9063.

Nathan Hale School in Meriden is having their Holiday Bazaar Dec. 2nd 5pm – 8 pm. Crafts, cookie walk, Santa, and raffles! Contact Wanda Eddy at 203-314-1549 or email nhalepto@gmail.com

December 3rd:

Hanover School, 208 Main St., S. Meriden will be hosting “Christmas in the Village” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. Looking for all types of vendors and crafters. If interested, contact, Sarah Dudley (203)606-4875 or email ptohanover@gmail.com

The Village at Kensington Place will be having their craft fair in the village on December 3rd from 10 a.m. To 3 p.m. 511 Kensington Avenue, Meriden. Contact lerodriguez@benchmarkquality.com for more info.

The First United Methodist Church, 159 E. Main St, will host a Christmas Fair from 9am on Saturday, Dec. 3 until 4pm on Sunday, Dec. 4. Handmade items, crafts, quilts, pottery, ceramics, weaving, jellies, jams and syrups, and stained glass will be available. Free admission. Parking in rear off Pleasant Street.

Westfield Care and Rehab will hold its annual Christmas Fair. Anyone interested in renting a table can contact Christina Sterling at 203-238-1291.

December 14th:

Meriden Senior Center, 22 West Main Street, is hosting its annual Craft and Holiday Fair from 10am to 12:30pm. Featuring homemade items, a bake sale,and raffles. If you’re interested in having a table, see Kathy Matula in the front office of the Senior Center or email kmatula@meridenct.gov.

That’s all the scheduled events so far; we’ll update this list as more events become available. As stated above, the events in RED are ones that have taken place in past years but have NOT been verified for this year yet; when they are verified I will change them to BLACK text. If you know of any events not on this list, or see any incorrect info, please either post a comment below or contact me directly at wharriman@harrimanre.com. Thanks!

 

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