The Centennial High School Marching Band is holding its annual Holiday Craft Fair — The Shoppes at Centennial — on Friday, November 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, November 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fair will be held in the Centennial High School Auxiliary Gym, located at 1950 S. Sonoma Ranch Blvd. The auxiliary gym is located next to the tennis courts and free parking is available in the student parking lot.

More than 60 vendors will be participating in this year’s event and will showcase items such as handmade jewelry, craft items, clothing, holiday décor and much more.

The craft fair is organized by the CHS Band Booster Club as one of its key fundraisers to support the band program at Centennial High School.  The seven-year-old music program has already won several awards and has gained recognition as a reputable music program through its short existence. The band will be participating in local and regional competitions throughout the southwest, and funds raised from the craft fair will support competition travel and expenses.

“This event is always exciting for our band members because they not only have the opportunity to raise funds towards their band program, but they are also eager to play holiday music for craft fair guests,” said CHS Band Director, Phillip Ramos.

Tickets for the craft fair will be available at the door for $3 per person. In addition, the Centennial High School Band is pleased to continue their 3-year relationship with Coats for Kids.  A $1 discount is being offered to those who bring in a winter coat donation for Coats for Kids. Free admission for Veterans will be offered throughout the weekend.

For more information about the Centennial High School Marching Band Craft Fair, please contact Janelle Vasquez at (575) 202-4133 or