Holiday spirit will fill the air at the Summit Academy Community School – Cincinnati Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on December 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Decked in cozy scarves, flannel shirts and ugly sweaters, holiday shoppers can expect to snatch up one-of-kind delights at the inaugural Parents Teachers Students Together association event. The holiday fair will take place in the school gymnasium at 1660 Sternblock Lane, Cincinnati. All proceeds from the event will directly benefit the school’s students.

Come ready to cross Items off your gift list and recharge your holiday spirit at this festive and fun event, says Community Coordinator Khadine Kelly, MSW, LSW.

“We expect a huge range of items from various artisans, crafters, bakers and other vendors,” Kelly says. “Whether you’re looking for a special gift for someone else or for yourself, we have a hunch you will find it at the fair.” She adds that concessions will also be available with all proceeds supporting school students.

Spots for vendors who want to display and sell their goods are available. A fee of $25 includes one table and two chairs. To reserve a booth, vendors can apply at the QR Code or Interested vendors may also contact Khadine Kelly at or 513-321-0561 ext. 5046.

Summit Academy Community School – Cincinnati serves students in grades kindergarten through eighth. Summit Academy specializes in educating students who learn differently, such as those autism or ADHD, and takes a therapeutic approach to meeting children’s academic, social and emotional needs.