The People’s United Methodist Church in Union will hold its 18th annual Winterberry Fair on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Visit the Vestry on the lower floor to enjoy the spirit of Christmas. Lori Reuillard, co-chair for the fair explains, “Since our biggest crowd comes early in the morning, we will offer breakfast items for sale, beginning at 7:30. Join us in Lois’ Café for delicious, nutritious food at reasonable prices. Take some time to browse the tables of baked goods and crafts, make your purchases and then stop at the café again for a light lunch.”

The focus of Winterberry Fair will be the fancy baked goods, old fashioned jams, pickles and candies made by church members. Other features at this year’s fair will be the festively displayed craft items and holiday decorations. Shoppers will have the opportunity to place orders for fresh Christmas greens. In the harvest area find dried flowers and gifts for the gardener. There will also be jewelry, books and a large collection of vintage vinyl records, as well as other gift items for sale. Free door prizes will be drawn throughout the morning.

Suzy Shaub and Betty Nims, the other co-chairs, agree, “We are delighted to have members and friends of PUMC, men and women, sharing their time and energy for this important fundraiser to further the work of the church locally and beyond. Bring your friends and neighbors and join us for the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Christmas.”

The PUMC is located on Depot Street (Route 235), just off the Common, in Union. There is plenty of parking and a ramped entrance at the back of the church. For more information or to speak with Pastor George Hodgkins, call 785-4114.