Four artisan friends are bringing their talents and their designs back to Wilton’s Old Town Hall for a Holiday Market for a second year. Cynthia Grano, a 22-year Wilton resident who created Cynthia Alexander, a jewelry and accessory line using precious and semi-precious stones, has invited three other friends who are also artistic entrepreneurs to offer their products with her.

In addition to Grano, the holiday market will showcase:

  • Anita Sobelson, whose line Anita Designs features natural linens and rustic home and tableware
  • Jean Forte from Silvermine who has created Jean Forte Vintage Gifts, vintage home goods including silver, glass, china, one of a kind items and more
  • Suzanne Saltzman whose one of a kind evening handbags and clutches which are adorned with semi-precious stones and crystals. Additionally she has silk shawls which she embellishes with semi-precious stones.

The show is currently open at Wilton’s historic Old Town Hall (69 Ridgefield Rd., across the street from the Congregational Church). Parking is offered in the lot behind Old Town Hall, which is accessed by Belden Hill Rd.–look for the gold and silver balloons marking the parking lot entrance.

Show hours are Friday, Dec. 2 and Saturday, Dec. 3 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 4 from 12-5 p.m..