The Sleaford unit of St John Ambulance is hosting an evening where people can get pampered and learn life-saving skills, too.
The pampering and shopping evening takes place at the Solo Club, in the Market Place, on Friday, November 20.
The event will raise money to fund first aid courses in local schools.
As well as stalls giving visitors a chance to enjoy a bit of pampering and an opportunity to shop, St John Ambulance will also be giving free first aid demonstrations so people can learn how to save a life, using easy-to-follow techniques.
Demonstrations by the charity will include how to administer cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and teach simple-to-learn life-saving techniques.
Visitors will also get to enjoy a variety of stalls giving them the chance to stock up on some unique Christmas presents including handbags, clothing, wood art, soaps, candles and jewellery.
Alternatively people can indulge in a little pampering from nail art, complementary therapies and much more.
The event takes place from 7- 10pm. Entry is free.