‘Hometown Christmas’ in Hamden to feature wagon rides and much moreFree Access

Hammond Hardware in Hamden will present a “Hometown Christmas” event this Saturday, Nov. 26, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in Hamden.

The event will feature free horse-drawn wagon rides and visitors are welcome to visit the hardware store and shop for a fresh-cut tree and a wide variety of potential Christmas gifts. The Hamden United Methodist Church will be participating in the celebration with a Secret Santa shop for children.

Other organizations in Hamden will also be participating in the celebration, including the following vendors: Taco Y Mas Food Truck, serving breakfast and lunch; Girl Scout Troop #315, serving chicken and noodles for donations toward a trip to a Girl Scout conference; Kayla Campbell, selling holiday-baked goods such pumpkin rolls, pies, buckeyes, and hard candy; Jan McKibben, selling kettle corn; Jennifer Littlejohn, selling goat milk soap and lotion and herbal salves; Traci Malone, featuring pop-up book store, handmade bracelets and other gifts; Heather Borghese, selling homemade jams, jellies, hard tack candy, suckers, fudge, and marshmallows; Samantha Wiseman, selling natural skin care products; Angie Wolfe, selling wreaths and crafts; Stephanie Lee, selling handmade Christmas crafts, décor, and gifts; Denise Johnson, selling holiday wreaths and more; Bryanna Linton, selling handmade jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, and earrings) and needle felt keychains; Jaclyn Thompson, selling Color Street and crafts; Chrissy Marks, selling hand-sewn tote bags and stockings.

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