Danish Seamen’s Church: Danish Christmas Fair November 17-18

The Danish Seamen’s Church in Brooklyn Heights at 102 Willow Street is hosting its annual Traditional Danish Christmas Fair Saturday, November 17, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, November 18, 11 a.m.-3 p.m..

Julie Slok shares with BHB: “You may have heard about delicious Danish open-faced sandwiches with their lavish combinations of fish and seafood, cheese, cold cuts and vegetables, garnished with fresh herbs, but have you ever tasted them? And how about sweet Danish puffy pastries served warm with powdered sugar and jam? Visit our Christmas Shop for Danish Christmas decorations and hand-made knitted shawls and baby clothes or buy Christmas presents to your family and friends from our collection of Danish design items donated by Danish companies based in New York City.”

The gift shop and courtyard bar serving hotdogs, Danish beer, warm pastries and mulled wine will be served at the Danish Seamen’s Church; while open-faced sandwiches and beer will be hosted by Plymouth Church at 75 Hicks Street. Note that the restaurant at Plymouth Church is open Saturday only, while the Danish Church is open both days.

All proceeds from the Christmas Fair go toward supporting the church and its activities. For more info, see here.

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  • anony

    went last year and had a lot of fun. but, it gets CRAMPED in the (lovely) church hall. come early, i guess. also, fun presents!

  • Andrew Porter

    I see they’ve teamed with Plymouth Church this year. Didn’t they use to team up with Zion Lutheran Church on Henry?

  • jane

    GLOGG!

  • Princess

    Does anyone know if they are they going to have Dansko clogs this year?

  • http://www.dskny.org Kristina

    @Princess: Yes, there are Dansko clogs this year!

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com Claude Scales

    Andrew: this is the second year they’ve had the big smorgasbord luncheon at Hilles Hall, Plymouth Church. I believe it got so popular that the undercroft space at Zion Church couldn’t accommodate the crowd.