Frequently asked questions

COIVD 19 precautions:

We are taking precautions in order to comply with the current State of VA restrictions. Many events have been cancelled this year, and we want to be sure that Christmas at Granny’s goes ahead as planned.

In order to limit the number of visitors to allow for adequate social distancing and avoid unnecessary crowding we have introduced a ticketing system, with timed intervals. 

Please attend the event at the time you have selected on your ticket. Please click here to order a ticket for a date and time that suits you.

Our venue is continually cleaned and sanitized, all our cashiers will be wearing masks and gloves, and we ask that if possible you avoid paying cash for your purchases.

Please bring a mask, you will be asked to wear it while indoors.

Hand sanitizer will be placed on site, but we advise you to bring your own small bottle as well.
Food will be available for purchase from food trucks that are following all mandated precautions.

What is the entry fee for the public?

Christmas at Granny’s 2021 is a ticketed event. Please click here to select the day and time that best suits your schedule. Tickets are $5 each, a portion of this will go to support the work of Northstar Academy. Tickets will be issued at 30 minute intervals in order to keep visitors to a manageable number for social distancing purposes inside the house.

Raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the event, and drawings take place throughout the show.

Is the Event Handicap accessible?

Christmas at Granny’s is held in the Clifton family’s home and has limited handicap access. The first floor of the house has 3 steps to enter and exit. Our cottage, pavilion and tent area are accessible to everyone. We offer special hours on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am -12 pm for our senior citizens and guests needing a slower pace and assistance getting up the stairs.

Are Pets allowed?

No pets are allowed on festival grounds, unless they are certified service animals



The parking lot can accommodate up to 300 cars. Attendants will be on hand to direct you.

How do I become a Vendor?

To become a Crafter or a 3rd Party Vendor click here

Will there be food and drink at the event?

No shopping trip is complete without some food, there will be food for purchase on site from food
trucks and other vendors who are taking all the mandated precautions.

How can Grannies shop at Granny's? "Reserved for the real Grannies and senior citizens in our lives"

We honor our past crafters and all the Grannies that have taught us so much and given us so many opportunities. Mornings from 10am to 12pm on Wednesday Nov 17th, Thursday Nov 18th, and Friday Nov 19th are reserved for the real Grannies in our lives that may need a more relaxed shopping experience without the crowd.

What kinds of crafts will I find at the event?

Apparel, Art Work, Baked Goods, Children’s Items, Games, Home Décor, Jewelry, Cutting Boards, Ornaments, Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Kwanza, Photography, Pickles, Preserves and Sauces, Pottery, Quilting, Seasonal Décor, Soaps, Soups, Toys, Wood crafts, Wreaths, Things you create!

Grannies shop for Grannies! (citizens 63 and over... please bring your ID)

Wednesday Nov 17th, Thursday Nov 18th, and Friday Nov 19th from 10am to 12pm

A specially reserved time slot for our senior citizens 10 am to 12 pm. Please bring your ID /Ticket required from Eventbrite


Wednesday November 17th, 2021 – 10am – 7pm

open to the public,  ticket required from Eventbrite


Thursday November 18th, 2021 – 10am – 7pm

open to the public, ticket required from Eventbrite


Friday November 19th, 2021 - 10am – 7pm

open to the public, ticket required from Eventbrite


Saturday November 20th, 2021- 10am – 6pm

open to the public, ticket required from Eventbrite


Sunday November 21st, 2021 -12pm – 5pm

open to the public, ticket required from Eventbrite

If you still have questions, here is how to contact us:


Phone: 804382.0500

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