Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Holiday Festival has been cancelled.

Our 30th Habitat for Humanity home is already fully funded for April 2021, so the cancellation of this year's event will not impact our future ministry. We look forward to hosting you at next year's festival!

If you planned on attending the 2020 festival as a vendor, please click here for details regarding deposits and reservations.

Thank you for your continued support!

Overview


The Dunwoody United Methodist Church proudly presents its 29th Annual Holiday festival! The festival is a one day, indoor event that features a juried show of beautiful arts and crafts items by 125 talented artisans, in addition to a wide variety of other venues. We offer a huge online Silent Auction, Attic Treasures, Book Nook, Casseroles to Go, Breakfast, Luncheon, Children’s Activities, Gourmet Shop, Photos with Santa and more.

Over 500 volunteers participate to help make each annual event successful. The Dunwoody Community strongly supports our Holiday Festival and feels it is a wonderful way to begin their holiday shopping. Traditionally, over 3,500 shoppers attend this event!

All proceeds will benefit our Habitat for Humanity project. Our 2019 festival raised enough funds for members of our church to build our 30th Habitat home this Spring! For timely updates, visit our Facebook page. Click here for parking and directions.


Vendor Information


We welcome applications from all artists and crafters, and we hope that many of you will consider joining us at this worthwhile event! If interested, please read the requirements for participation outlined in the 2020 Artisans Rules and Procedures Form, and submit a 2020 Artisan Application Form by April 3, 2020. Questions may be sent to dumcartisans@gmail.com.

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2019 Highlights


Music

Photos With Santa

Holiday Festival Lunch

Concessions

Artist Market

Hotcakes for Habitat

History


The Dunwoody Community has come to know the DUMC Holiday Festival as one of the premier holiday events in the area.

But do you know how it all began? The roots of the Holiday Festival stretch back to 1967, when DUMC held a “Country Bazaar” – back when Dunwoody was truly in “the country”. In 1990, under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Wiley Stephens and co-chairs Molly Patrick and Sharon Edwards, the event grew and some of our favorite features of recent festivals came into being – Attic Treasures, children’s activities, concessions, Gourmet Shop, fantastic artisans and more. As we continue to grow and add more holiday magic to our festival throughout its 28 year span, we always look forward to the opportunity to serve our Dunwoody community through this celebrated tradition.

Volunteer and Donation Needs


Attic Treasures

Jeannie CulverJanna Benston

Book Nook

Ann or Johnny Stone

The Gourmet Shop

Mary Ann Gardner

Casseroles-To-Go

Bette WhitleyKenney Linton

Silent Auction

John Pruitt
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HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?


If you have questions about Holiday Festival or would like to know more about local mission opportunities, please contact me.

Chris Mixer

chris.mixer@dunwoodyumc.org

(770) 394-0675 ext. 175