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Wawaset Park resident Jennifer Steiner rounded up an impressive 25 exhibitors this year and found a new and larger location for the 4th annual Wawaset Holiday Market on Saturday. The fresh cut trees from a friend of Jennifer’s who owns a tree farm seem to be the event’s main attraction. But there were also ornaments, clothing and accessories, baked goods, several food vendors, wooden crafts, home and bath goods, even skin care lines. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Delaware Humane Association this year.

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