The Craftsbury Public Library is partnering with the Burlington based Skida Headwear to raise funds for the library on December 10th. During Craftsbury’s annual Holiday Market, Skida is providing hats and headwear, with the retail profit from each sale going directly to the library. Skida says, “We are passionate about being outside, being life-long learners, working hard, and having fun along the way. We do our best to support other folks that think outside the box, push the limits, and to us, are really really cool.” The Craftsbury Public Library has been chosen as a recent addition to nonprofit causes that Skida supports.
There will be a range of products available at the library’s booth at the market. Skida is best known for their colorful and warm hats, neckwarmers, and headbands. There will be a cacophony of colors to choose from in these popular designs. For the shopper’s special someone, there will be a selection of cashmere hats and scarves made for Skida in Nepal. And while supplies last, there will be some exceptional deals on irregular items.
The Holiday Sale runs from 10AM-4PM on Saturday, December 10th at the Craftsbury Academy gym. For more information contact the library at 586-9683 or view the Skida website at www.skida.com.