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Saturday Christmas Market Faire Draws Shoppers
A special visitor to The Tri-Tipery on Saturday, Dec. 8 was Santa Claus, who shared a smile here with Brayden Gillihan, 6, of Escalon while they posed for a commemorative photo. Times Photos By Marg Jackson
Sensory Dough by Kelsie set up an area for kids to try the product, with Kade Jefferson, 2, foreground and Rylee Horton, 6, both of Escalon enjoying the opportunity to test it out.Times Photos By Marg Jackson
Booths lined the front of The Tri-Tipery and several were also set up behind the Highway 120 eatery, with woodworking, handcrafted items, jewelry, facial care products and more offered by vendors at the Saturday market.Times Photos By Marg Jackson

A new event, hosted at the Tri-Tipery along Highway 120 at Seidner Avenue in Escalon, was staged on Saturday, Dec. 8 and featured a number of vendors along with food for sale and a chance to take photos with Santa.

Offered from mid-morning to early afternoon, the faire brought out such vendors as Sensory Dough by Kelsie, Burroughs Family Farms, Stuyt Dairy Cheese, Mary Kay and more. Many vendors had holiday-themed gifts and there were also plenty of handcrafted and one-of-a-kind items available for purchase.

Santa posed for photos with kids and heard their holiday wishes. The Tri-Tipery also offered a special ‘market faire menu’ for the day, with meal deals, sandwiches, soups, nachos and sides, along with drinks.

A chilly morning gave way to clear skies and the crowd came out to support the vendors, enjoying the early December sun and the chance to pick up some unique holiday gifts. The Tri-Tipery is at 29250 Highway 120.