Vendor's at our Holiday Fair
To the right are some of the images of goods made by our vendors for our yearly holiday fair, held in December. We have an enormously talented group of artists and artisans who have been working hard all year. Again this year, Friday Preview Sale on December 6th, 5:00pm to 8:00 pm. There is an admission of $5.00. On Saturday, December 7th, the fair will be open from 9:00 am to 2:00p.m with free admission.
Orders for American made Rada knives (and cutlery) will be taken during the month of November and continue up to December 7th.
"If you have never used these American made knives you are absolutely going to love them. I confess, I was a bit of a name brand knife snob – wanting to replace my knives over the years with the expensive imported ones. But I bought my first one at the church fair several years ago. Since then I have been made a believer in the quality of these very modestly priced knives. I can go on and on about these knives, but will stop here to say, if you don’t own one, look at the catalog in the lower hall, and consider adding one to your utensil drawer. You won’t be disappointed.The Rada Company generously gives a percentage back to the church as a fundraising incentive as these knives are not sold in regular stores. " -- Linda Dalpe
Illusions in Silk - wreaths, centerpieces, holiday décor
Marie’s Therapy Bags - fleece covered bags of “magic beans”
Vern’s Etched Glass and more - etched glasses, mugs, candy dishes
Pauline Hjarne Creations - Wreaths, painted birdhouses, quilted items
Podunk Popcorn is an old-fashion popping corn grown in South Windsor, CT. With the support of local businesses and numerous advisors from all over the Northeast, Podunk Popcorn has become a leader in Connecticut-Grown popcorn. Podunk Popcorn has proven that local food is fresher and tastes a whole lot better, too.
America made kitchen cutlery and kitchen utensils
Locally grown popcorn