On Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Medomak Middle School on 318 Manktown Rd., Waldoboro will be the site for the annual Christmas craft fair.

Come and shop for that local unique gift. There will be more than 50 vendors with excellent Maine handmade and homemade items ranging from jams, chocolates, jewelry, paintings, prints, stoneware, knit items, clothing, ornaments, baskets, aprons, placemats, fiber, wood, slate, canvas items, cards, flower arrangements, balsam, lots of Christmas items, etc.

Some exhibitors are coming as far as Blue Hill, Lewiston and Woolwich to be part of this fun event. Come and see Hilde Bensheimer, Mary Wright, Ella Magee, Robin Shott, George Gunning, Joyce Davidson, Trina French, Hilma Foster, Andrea Smith, Roberta Olson, Lillian Jones, Robert Jones, Elizabeth Vanner, Terra Ripley, Arne Johnsen, Julie Wiegleb, Claudia Wiggin, Tracy Wyllie, Mary Shields, Fawn Adolphsen, Mary Carver, Penny Powell, Jon Olson, Kerry Albano, Elizabeth Bean, Caroline Sutela, Lynn Stasulis, Edwin Berry, Sharon Davis, Kathy Lasselle, Ruth Leonard, Diana Maddocks, Deidre Cline, Pam Paquette, Anne Titus, Claire Wingren, Edwin Berry, Sarah Davis, Andrea Smith, Linda Dean, Lisa Holt, Ashley Haskins, Gail Hawes, Elizabeth Hickey, Carol Sias, Kim Scheimreif, Caroline Sutela Smokin’Annie, Come Spring Quilt and the Medomak Valley High School Class of 2011.

Free admission, door prizes and plenty of parking are available. There are special raffle items that individuals will have the opportunity to purchase only on that day.

Great food (chili, cornbread, hot dogs, sandwiches, baked goods) and refreshments will be available. There will be some surprise activities on site

The craft fair benefits the students and Medomak Middle School.

This was the former Union craft fair moved to the MMS when it opened three years ago.

For more information, contact Elizabeth-Ann at 354-7224.