Flurries of Fun are Coming to Cheyenne Mountain High School this December


Chris Moody, Editor-in-Chief

Cheyenne Mountain celebrates the holidays with an unparalleled twist this year. The 10th annual Holiday Craft Fair is back after a brief hiatus due to COVID-19. 

One of the most popular arts and crafts shows in Colorado, shoppers and vendors alike are thrilled to be buying and selling homemade goods this year. 

On Saturday, December 4, holiday attendees can purchase from over 140 vendors, each stall providing unique, homemade stocking stuffers, toys, decorations, art, food, and jewelry locally made. 

Stocked with breakfast burritos and hot coffee, the Woodland Cafe fuels hungry shoppers, as well as the Taste of the Holidays Bake Sale, where delicious confectionaries are handcrafted by Cheyenne parents and students.

Admission, parking, and shuttles are free to guests, as well as student-elves ready to load and unload goodies for patrons. 

Small business owner Jeff Mallo of Orange Diamond Photography cheerfully expressed, “The CMHS Holiday Craft Fair is well organized, the student helpers are fantastic and it is in a great location. I also just love sharing my artwork with others and talking to customers.”

Organized by Cheyenne Mountain’s PTO committee, the team is eager to share the festivity joy with the community. 

Cheyenne students can volunteer as an elf here.

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  • Elves Volunteer to help PTO Photo credit: Cinnamon Bergeron