Saturday, November 23, 2019
10 am to 3 pm
*Donations accepted at First Parish beginning Sunday November 17
About the Fair
Sign-up to help this week at coffee hour! Slots are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
And don’t forget the quilt raffle!
Volunteer needs- If you have not yet signed up to help with the Fair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to give your availability and or preference and we will let you know what slot you have. We need people on Thursday 11/21 for set up, Friday 11/22 for set up, Saturday 11/23 for all aspects of the Fair and Sunday 11/24 for mini fair and clean up.
Donations: Please bring donations to church starting after coffee hour on Sunday, November 17.
The Tuck Box– Have you tucked a gift away? Well, the Tuck Table would love to sell that item at this year’s fair. The Tuck Table only sells brand new items. The original box is not needed. Please drop off your Tuck items to the church beginning November 17th- clearly labeled “Tuck.”
The Buttery- Please bake for the Buttery at Harvest Moon Fair! We have always been able to sell everything we get in The Buttery. Pies and small items like cookies, brownies and cupcakes are usually the best sellers. Please provide ingredient labels for those with food allergies and wrap items for individual sale (2-3 cookies or brownies to a package) Questions? email email@example.com
The Blue Table- To quote Patience Terry, blue is the world’s favorite color and this table is a popular tradition at the fair. Please consider donating dish and glassware, vases, mugs, teapots, ceramics, pottery, scarves, linens, fun jewelry and other decorative items, as long as they are (mostly) blue and in good condition.
Credit Cards Now Accepted- This year will be the second year the Harvest Moon Fair will take credit cards! Picture it: instead of bulky, dirty slips of paper graced by old white men, sub-microscopic electrons going from one bank hard disk to another. More sales! Bigger items! So start thinking about your donations of electronics, jewelry, art work, hand-crafted items, and downsizing left-overs and bring them on November 17th to the Vestry. With the help of the 21st century, there will be new homes for all.
Jewelry- Who is the Fair-est of them all? The one with the most jewelry, frankly. The Harvest Moon Fair, our annual explosion of late nights, elbow grease, and hand-selected treasures, will be upon us soon (November 23). Collect your treasures, trinkets, and ill-begotten goods for deposit in the vestry; we can take them on the Sunday before (November 23). Some special items we can take anytime, particularly jewelry and
electronics. Just contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a transfer. No Banksy paintings. They don’t hold value!
The Artisan Table- is looking for newly produced art and craft items for the Harvest Moon Fair. If you would like to make a contribution see the announcement here for details.
Reboot and Rewind Electronics Booth- Looking to declutter your home or office of excess working electronics including PCs, Macs, stereo equipment, LCD monitors? Think about donating them to the Harvest Moon Fair’s Reboot and Rewind booth. See the announcement here for details.
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