Frost Frolic Holiday Market will mark 27 years with a brand new location this Saturday, Nov. 4. Approximately 125 tables will be showcasing their wares in the Merchants and 4-H Buildings at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.
According to event coordinators, this is the biggest Frost Frolic in the history of the show.
“We are filled to capacity and that is a great problem to have. People look forward to the show each year and this year gives them many longtime and some new vendors to shop,” said Diane Schutt, Frost Frolic co-chair.
New to Frost Frolic this year besides a new location is the addition of several food trucks between the buildings and an on-site food vendor in the 4-H Building’s kitchen. Diners can purchase food from any of the food areas and then enjoy their meal in the dining area in the meeting room of the 4-H Building.
“We’ve worked hard to bring three or four vendors to the site. I think people will like the selections we have from seafood and barbeque to traditional sandwiches and baked items,” Janette Warnke, Frost co-chair.
Vendors will sell a variety of original handmade items, including home décor, apparel and more at the event. Several independent consultants will also over Pampered Chef, Tupperware, Lula Rose and many other products.
Frost Frolic Holiday Market will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.