St. Peter’s Church Annual Christmas Fair—Le Petit Noel

Mary Alice Bird is surrounded by her unique, fabric creations at the St. Peter's Christmas Fair, and beautiful jewelry and gifts by Chris McLarty & Deborah Thuss fill tables waiting for holiday shoppers.

On Saturday, December 1st from 8 am to Noon, members of St. Peter’s will hold their annual Christmas Fair—Le Petit Noel. The parish hall will be filled with holiday items for decorating, gift giving and eating!

The food table, a perennial favorite, will have baked bread, cookies, candies, cakes and pies. In the Polar section, frozen dinners will be sold, giving the buyer a night off from cooking. The women of the church will also sell their delicious chicken pot pies. A Cookie Walk will feature the best cookies from dozens of church members—buy a few of everything! Steve Alley and other men in the parish will offer coffee, donuts and sweet rolls for shoppers.

Mary Alice Bird will be selling her specialty hand made items including bags, hats, scarves and skirts. She will also have her unique fantasy clothing for children. Chris McLarty and Debra Thuss will sell their beautiful handmade polymer clay jewelry and other handsome adornments. Rhonda Hart will sell ornaments, balsam wreaths and poinsettia. To place orders in advance for wreaths and poinsettias contact St. Peter’s at 594-8191 or Rhonda Hart at 785-4358.

Shoppers are asked to help support the local food panty by making a donation of canned food for the AIO (Area Interfaith Organization) and leaving it under the Christmas tree that will be set up in the entrance to the parish hall.

Proceeds from the fair help support the church’s community outreach activities including local projects such as the AIO (Area Interfaith Organization) food pantry, and the community meals program Loaves and Fishes, which serves a free lunch every Saturday and Sunday. The church also supports national and international relief projects of the Episcopal Church.


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