SOUTH FORSYTH -- South Forsyth High School’s German Christmas Market will take over the East Hall cafeteria from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday.
Students will set up tables with arts and crafts stations for children to make and bring home.
The event, which Jonas Strecker said has been run for the past 12 years, is targeted to preschool, elementary and middle school-aged kids, but anyone is welcome. There will be at least 20 to 25 activities, including an Advent calendar.
People are asked each year to donate gently used winter clothes, and monetary donations for the school’s German club will be accepted.
Strecker, a German teacher at South, said children who bring a shoe will have it filled with candy, as tradition says St. Nicholas does every Dec. 6.