Every year, local artisans and store owners in Gagetown open their doors for two days of shopping opportunities and festive activities. The village may look old-fashioned, decaying and ghostly, but with its annual Christmas in the Village event, it makes its mark and incites holiday spirit you can’t find anywhere else.
Christmas in the Village proved that tradition isn’t a bad thing.
Artisanal practices such a pottery were well and alive.
Gagetown owns its unique character.
Local shops were outfitted for the holiday season…
… and more than welcoming to guests.
The snow had yet to fly, but winter’s wrath was lurking in the air.
Shop owners were more than happy to have visitors…
… and the artists themselves were excited to showcase their work.
Gagetown’s horse-and-buggy atmosphere rang true.
People roamed few streets in the village freely, full of Christmas cheer.
The village is full of bed and breakfast outfits…
… and there is no shortage of crafty talent.
The village was decorated for the occasion.
Bulbs, lights, and garland galore!
Intricate, hand-crafted items were for sale in this artisan station and ones alike.
Local businesses welcomed friends, old and new, and showed what the village has to offer.
It’s the little things.
All it needed were some elves!
The Christmas spirit was all over the small but mighty village.
Until next year!