Baking 'n Books, East Brunswick Public Library, 2 Jean Walling Civic Center, East Brunswick, 10 a.m.
Make something good to eat and hear delicious stories.
6th Annual Holiday Craft & Vendor Show, Churchill Junior High School, 18 Norton Road, East Brunswick, 11 a.m.
The 6th annual East Brunswick Holiday Fair where you can bring your entire family and spend the day shopping, winning door prizes and enjoying entertainment. Take photos during a special visit from Santa Clause ($5 each). Listen to the sounds of holiday music and snack at the food court while finishing up some of your holiday shopping. Choose from a wide array of items including jewelry, artwork, photography, handbags, make-up and perfumes, children’s gifts, knitted and crocheted items, hand-made chocolate creations, pet items and gift baskets, just to name a few.
Holiday Open House, 174 Davidson Mill Rd., North Brunswick, 11 a.m.
Alpacas produce one of the world's most luxurious natural fibers. Due to its unique thermal properties, alpaca is three times warmer than wool, lightweight, and breathable. Stop by the farm and meet Shadow, Sunny, Charger, Midnight and The General. Pick up some accessories or holiday crafts for that special person on your gift list. Choose from a selection of scarves, hats, gloves, ski bands and socks."The Dark Side of NJ" (2013) Guest Speaker Marc Mappen, East Brunswick Historical Society, 78 Milltown Road, East Brunswick, 2 p.m.
A new exhibit and program exploring some of the dark events in New Jersey.