The Museum of Wayne County History in Lyons, New York, welcomes back its beloved annual fundraiser, The Holiday Boutique.
After the year lost to COVID-19, The Museum of Wayne County History is excited to bring back their beloved annual fundraiser, The Holiday Boutique, on December 3rd and 4th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The old jail and history museum will transform into a winter wonderland filled with music, decor, and a wide range of local artisans and crafters selling various unique holiday gifts.
The museum is excited to welcome back many returning vendors, and several new shops as well. Artwork, jewelry, handmade gifts, and more will be available for purchase at the various booths throughout the museum. Additionally, each vendor will be donating an item from their shop to the Boutique Raffle, taking place at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Admission to the boutique is free, and homemade food and desserts will be available to benefit the Wayne County Historical Society. Additionally, the two floors of the Holiday Boutique are handicap accessible.
The Wayne County Historical Society and Museum of Wayne County History are committed to the safety of our vendors and community during this COVID-19 pandemic. As we continue to monitor policy changes closely, we’ve decided to implement safety precautions for our Holiday Boutique. Alongside added signage and sanitation throughout the museum, face-coverings are recommended regardless of vaccination status. Medical-grade masks will be available at the door free of charge.
The Wayne County Historical Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in the old Wayne County Jail and Sheriff’s Residence – now the Museum of Wayne County History. The organization, founded in 1946, is dedicated to preserving, sharing, and celebrating the rich history of Wayne County, New York.