LYNNFIELD — It’s back.

Historic Lynnfield, Inc. will be hosting the highly anticipated Country Store in the Meeting House, beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. The newly formed nonprofit organization will be using the Country Store’s proceeds to preserve the 1714 Meeting House as well as historic artifacts located in the Pope-Richard Lynnfield Historical Center.

The nonprofit organization’s Board of Directors includes longtime Country Store Chair Karen Nascembeni as vice president. Joining Nascembeni on the Historic Lynnfield, Inc. Board of Directors are President Nan Hockenbury, Treasurer Sharon McLaughlin Marrama, Clerk Kirk Mansfield, and Directors Karen Hathaway, John Michalski and Lauri Priestley.

“After last year’s incredibly successful Country Store, we are energized and excited to make this year’s event even more fun and fresh,” said Nascembeni.  “We are bringing back the most popular foods and activities, and have invited several new vendors who will be selling products with a homemade, organic feel that will fit in beautifully with a nod to the simpler times of the past that we love so much.”

Similar to previous years, the Country Store will be selling beautifully decorated wreaths and swags from the Village Home & Garden Club. Townspeople will have the chance to win a brick of lottery tickets donated by the Centre Club.

A variety of delicious food will also be sold, including Vermont cheddar cheese, jam/jelly, pizza, popcorn, and ham and bean dinners. Lynnfield Baking Company owner Christina Hayman will be selling baked goods and desserts from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. on Saturday.

The Voices of Hope chorus will be returning to the Country Store for the second straight year. The group will begin performing holiday carols at 10 a.m. Santa Claus will be making his first appearance in town at 10:45 a.m. when he arrives on a Lynnfield fire engine.

Colby Properties is sponsoring Santa’s North Pole Fishing Hole once again, which has been one of the fundraiser’s most popular children’s activities. The DiFillippo family is hosting an ornament decorating station for children. The Kilgore family is hosting a penny candy station.

“The craft vendors this year include decorative wreaths by Ariel Priestley’s Bee Kind Designs, home décor from All About Machine Embroidery, pottery by Mad Mud Design and beautiful blankets and aprons by Busy Fingers,” said Nascembeni. “The Friends of the Lynnfield Library will be selling a large selection of Christmas-themed books that they saved especially for the event from their annual Book Sale. Take a moment to greet Lynnfield for Love, a grassroots organization fostering diversity, inclusivity and kindness in our community.”

The Country Store will remain open through Lynnfield Recreation’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.