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Christmas Fair

For more information, or to volunteer to help out, please call (508) 473-8464 or send an email to us.

The Trinity Christmas Fair is held annually on the first Saturday in December. Proceeds from the Fair help support Trinity Church. The Christmas Fair has also become a community tradition.

Most of the things seen at the fair are regulars that the community has come to expect. For instance, there is Hazel's Café featuring a great lunch and The Traveling Bazaar table, which features donations from members and businesses throughout the community, is always very busy. You will also see baked goods, candy and crafts. The "Basket Cases" table features crafty gift baskets for giving.

Our "Greens Table" is a hit year after year. Real Balsam wreaths and swags are made and adorn this table. Something for almost anyone can be found at our Treasure Trove and Bookworm tables. Annual delights for the little people include photos with Santa and a room with activities and small items for children to purchase in the "Children's Room" downstairs.

Each of the different tables at the Christmas Fair has a chair person. This person is responsible for establishing what is needed for donations, arranging for them, and picking them up. The chair person sets up the table amd runs it on the day of the fair.

Anyone interested in being a part of this year's fair can help in any number of ways. Assistance is needed for planning, preparation, and execution of the event. All are welcome and appreciated.

For more information, please contact Gayle Ruscitti, Maryellen Yaroshefski or the Parish Office.

The Photo Album has pictures of a recent Christmas Fair.