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Yuletide Fair



Yuletide Fair

Saturday, November 8, 2014
9:00 am-3:00 pm, Church Building


The annual Yuletide Fair, sponsored by the United Methodist Women is quickly approaching. This is the main source of income to support our annual budget, which benefits mission donations to the conference, Church World Service, Habitat for Humanity, and several other agencies within the community, as well as groups and causes at Main Street UMC. 

The fair is held in the church building, and is handicapped accessible. The areas listed below are managed by the UMW and others within the church, and we welcome donations to any of the following areas. Items may be brought into the church nursery beginning on Sunday, November 2, through Thursday, November 6. Baked goods may be brought on Friday or early Saturday morning. 

We are looking for volunteers to help at the fair, and a sign up sheet will be available in the vestry. All women are welcome to assist, and are encouraged to make hand crafted holiday decor, or gifts for the venues. Thank you for your support of this annual event. We hope that you will mark this date, and will plan to come for lunch at Holly's Kitchen, or a cup of tea in the Victorian Tea Parlor, and shop for interesting gifts and items for the season. 
  • Holly's Kitchen (9 am-2 pm) - Home made soups, sandwiches, and desserts, plus coffee in the am 
  • Victorian Tea Parlor (10 am-3 pm) - Enjoy a cup of tea and home made pastries 
  • Christmas Shoppe - Hand crafted Christmas ornaments and decor 
  • Harvest Thyme - Dried arrangements and seasonal items 
  • Arts and Crafts - Knitted items and hand made gifts and items for the home 
  • Grandma's Attic - Gently used holiday decorations and gift items 
  • Ye Olde Bake Shoppe - Home made baked goods, candy, etc. 
  • Cookie Walk - Fill a can of home made cookies for the holidays from a large assortment. 
Needed: coffee cans and small-medium cookies 
Donations of small plants to be displayed and for sale in various areas, will be accepted. 

For any questions or further information please contact: Kathy Romano or Joyce Tagliaferro, co-chairpersons