Holiday Shopping Opportunity: Advent Fair at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church ~ Saturday, December 2

Submitted by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

On Saturday, December 2, from 9 am to 2 pm, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will hold its annual Advent Fair.

The Fair features gifts, crafts, food, and holiday cheer for all ages, with all proceeds benefitting the work and ministries of the church.

 

 

A sampling of the many items available:

  • Gorgeous gift baskets for every occasion and budget
  • Handmade crafts and decorations, including hand-blown glass ornaments
  • Live glassblowing demonstration, with ornaments and other items available for sale
  • Country Kitchen with homemade Soups-to-Go, marinara sauce, baked goods, breads, cheese, baked beans, and more
  • Silent Auction featuring theatre tickets, restaurant gift cards, and one-of-a-kind gifts, including a concert weekend in Vermont and New Hampshire valued at $350
  • Raffle for your choice of a Nintendo Super NES Classic, an Amazon Echo Plus, or two tickets to HAMILTON when it comes to the Boston Opera House next fall
  • Cookie Walk with dozens of homemade holiday cookies
  • Outreach items including bumper stickers and hammer pins to support Appalachia Service Project, sculpture and coffee from Haiti, and cards from Heifer International
  • Vintage jewelry, scarves, and accessories
  • Children’s activities
  • White elephants
  • Snack bar serving breakfast and lunch

St. Paul’s is a fully-accessible church located at 100 Pine Hill Road in Bedford, MA. For more information, please call the church office Tuesday through Friday, from 9 am to 1 pm, at 781-275-8262, or visit www.stpaulsbedford.org.

Images from an earlier Advent Fair – Click twice in each one to see it at full size

 


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