House of Shine, a nonprofit, interactive museum dedicated to the study of self, is hosting a Holiday Craft Fair featuring young entrepreneurs on Saturday, November 13 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 334 S. Barton St. More than 30 students ages 8 to 18 will showcase their talents in painting, jewelry, pottery, photography, textile crafts, and much more.
Each student is mentored through the creation and promotion process by a local entrepreneur. 10% of each participant’s proceeds will go to a charity of their choice. Holiday music will be played and sung by local students in the House of Shine backyard.
Additionally, House of Shine is bringing joy all season long through their Santa’s Mailbox. Stop by the House of Shine to send a letter to Santa in their unique Santa Mailbox. Letters will be accepted Wednesday, December 1 – Monday, December 20. Volunteers from the Grapevine community will be helping Santa respond to the letters.
They are also hosting the Christmas-focused “Shineworks” experience, a DIY meets random act of kindness activity. Using everyday household items, participants become Santa’s elves working in Santa’s workshop and create one-of-a-kind holiday-themed crafts. They leave ready to share it with a deserving person in the community. November 23, December 7, and 21 from 3:34 to 4:45 p.m.
ABOUT HOUSE OF SHINE:
House of Shine is a nonprofit, interactive museum dedicated to the study of you. Our mission is to grow confident and self-aware leaders, ages 5 to 95, to make meaningful contributions in their corner of the world. We believe that inside every person is a unique set of talents and gifts that are just waiting to be discovered. Whether you are five or 95, our interactive museum, K-12 curriculum, and self-discovery programs will help you unearth your SHINE – uncovering who you are and how you can make a positive impact on the world. For more information, please visit houseofshine.com. To see our program schedule, please visit https://www.houseofshine.com/calendar/.