The Hutong Winter Fayre

Come join us for The Hutong Winter Fayre on Saturday, Dec 12th from 11am-4pm. To celebrate the holiday season, we’ll have a “warm-winter” theme and will be serving piping hot cups of our very own mulled wine.

 

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And with Christmas just around the corner, you can pick that rare find for your friends and loved ones.

Fayre is an old English word describing a fun gathering featuring a range of locally produced goods made and sourced from, and connected to the local community. The products on offer range from postcards, teas, baked goods and chocolates to handmade handicrafts, photography, jewelry, paintings, skincare products, seasonal gifts, food, drinks and more. Our Fayre is a place to catch up with friends and enjoy the holiday spirit, and promises to be a fun day out for the whole family.

In addition, we will be having a special surprise for all our members!

We want to use this opportunity to thank for your support throughout the year, this year we embraced the lesson of “Stronger together” and we recognize that you are one of the most important pieces in this year’s success!

So, don’t forget to bring your The Hutong Membership Card and show it at The Hutong merchandise table and get a mulled wine for free!

AND… If you want to become a member that day, we have one more surprise for you! Buy your membership card on that day and get a tea towel free! (…plus that one free mulled wine)

Event Details

Venue Name: The Hutong

Date(s): 2020-12-12 – 12/12/2020

Time: 11:00 am – 04:00 pm

Address (Pinyin): 1 Jiudaowan Zhongxiang | Beixinqiao | Dongcheng District | Beijing

Address (Chinese): 中国北京东城区北新桥九道湾中巷1号100007

Closest Subway Stop: Beixinqiao

Entrance Fee: 0

About the Organizer:

The Hutong (北京融汇通文化传播有限公司) is Beijing’s premier culture exchange center.

Email Address: info@thehutong.com

Website: https://thehutong.com/

 

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