Bakers, crafters prepare for Winterberry Fair
Union — Saturday, Nov. 2 is the date for this year’s holiday fair at the People’s United Methodist Church in Union.
Church members and friends are preparing a variety of handmade crafts, baked items, jams, pickles and candies.
Co-chairmen Betty Nims, Lori Reuillard and Suzy Shaub report, “We are excited to see the talent that is shown in creating items for the fair.”
Those attending this 21st year will find the “now famous” food tables loaded with breads, cookies and more to share with family and friends. Other departments include crafts, books, jewelry, plants and gifts. Brunch will be served during the fair and will feature all homemade items, prepared by Lois Jensen and her kitchen crew.
The committee is proud of the reputation of the Winterberry Fair, known as “one of the prettiest craft fairs in the area.” The money raised goes toward the work of the PUMC within the local community and beyond.
The Winterberry Fair begins at 7:30 a.m. and continues until 1 p.m. The People’s United Methodist Church is located on Depot Street, just off the Common, in Union. There is parking at the rear of the church, where handicap access is available for the lower floor of the building and the location of the fair.
For more information or to speak with Pastor George Hodgkins, please call 785-4114.