St. John’s Church Holiday Fair – 11/21/15

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Walpole will host its Holiday Fair on Saturday, November 21st 2015 from 9 AM to 2 PM in the Parish Hall on Elm Street.

This year’s fair will include St John’s famous Cookie Walk, featuring dozens of varieties of home baked cookies. The Holly and Ivy table will have wreaths, swags, and centerpiece decorations. The Harvest Home table will offer pies and tarts (perfect for Thanksgiving!), muffins, tea breads, chocolate-covered pretzels, fudge, novelty holiday treats, and delicious jams and pickles made from produce harvested from local gardens. Beautiful ornaments and Christmas decorations will be for sale at the Deck the Halls table. New this year will be a raffle of wares from our talented artisans, including a crib quilt, a handmade nativity set, a set of assorted handmade ornaments, and more. The lunch menu will include hot dogs and chips, chili with tortilla chips, and small salads.

St John’s is located at the corner of Westminster and Elm Streets, opposite Town Hall. Come out and join in the festivities on November 21st!

And while you’re out and about, be sure to visit all the other organizations that are hosting events in town on that day, including:

* The Walpole Congregational Church’s Mistletoe Mart, next to the Walpole Common

* The Orchard School’s Crafts Fair, at the Walpole Town Hall

* The Walpole Village School’s Sugar Plum Shoppe, at the bottom of Westminster Street

* The Walpole Historical Society Museum and Holiday Gift Shop, in the Academy Building on Main Street

Each participating event will hold a door prize raffle. Pick up a door prize flyer at any event, and be sure to enter each raffle!

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