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Church Fair Directory

OCTOBER 2012

 

Oct. 17:  WED. 4:30 – 7:30 pm Pasta Fest – Seekonk Coalition Seekonk High School Seekonk  ‘Best Pasta this side of the North End’. Includes Dessert, and Basket Raffles Galore.  Also take out.

 

Oct. 20, 2012  Sat. 6:00 pm,  Harvest Dinner,  First Baptist Church, 75 Park St,, No Attleboro:

Roast Pork, Gravy, Applesauce, Mashed Potatoes, Butternut Squash, Green Beans, Dinner Rolls, and Desserts.  $9.00 for adults, $5.00 for children 12 and under, $25.00 family cap.

 

Call the church at 508-699-2434 for reservations.

 

Oct. 20 Sat.  4:30 & 6:30pm seating  Oldtown Turkey Supper – First Congregational Church UCC (Oldtown), 675 Old Post Rd., North Attleboro:

 

Menu:Turkeyand Gravy, Stuffing, Potatoes, Squash, Vegetables, bread, dessert and drink.

Served Family Style.

Reservations required

Adults $9.00

Children (10 <) $4.00

Call: (508) 212-4774 for reservations

 

 

Oct. 27:  SAT. 9– 2pm Holiday Harvest Fair – Crafts & Vendors - All Saints Episcopal Church 121 North Main St. Attleboro

 

Gramma’s Attic      Hot Dogs              Holiday Decorations

Sweet Shoppe        Meatball Subs      Raffles

Kids’ Games           Books                   Vendors

 

November 2012

 

Nov.  2 & 3:  Fri. 4:30 – 7:30pm & Sat. 9am – 3pm 2012 HOLIDAY FAIR,  First Baptist Church

75 Park St. North Attleboro

Christmas on the common – a traditional holiday fair.  Come Browse the Antiques & collectibles, Baked Goods, Homemade Crafts, Novelties, Knitted Goods, Jewelry and country Store.  Enjoy our Friday Night Chowder Dinner and Saturday Luncheon.

 

 

 

 

November 2012

 

Nov. 2 & 3:  Fri. 5-8:30pm & Sat. 11 – 6pm CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE- St. Theresa’s of South Attleboro, 18 Baltic St , South Attleboro:    While strolling the Village streets you will encounter a variety of shoppes which include the Bakery, handmade Knits/crocheted Goods & Christmas Boutique,
Gramma’s Attic & Grandpa’s Tool shed, Used Books & Jewelry and our Country Store.

 

Games of chance include the Village Duck Pond, Village Green, Christmas Chance, & Instant Raffle & Wine Spin.  If you’re feeling lucky while you’re in town, try our Kids Penny Social, Silent & Not So Silent Auctions, 12 Days of Christmas Raffle, Money Tree, Meat, Christmas Cash & our usual Cash, Liquor Basket, Baby Boutique, Weekend Getaway & of our course our Handmade Quilt raffles!

 

After your stroll take a rest over a fine meal of French meat pies, burgers, soups, salads, fries, & desserts.

 

Santa will be in the neighbor hood and hopes to see you in the Village!

 

 

Nov. 2 & 3:  Fri. 12-7pm & Sat. 9 – 3pm Annual Country FairPlainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:

 

Come enjoy our many shops as you meander through several rooms of our church.  There’s something for everyone!  From yard sale room to antiques & collectibles, hand-knits to jewelry, books, pickles, jams & jellies at the Country Store Table.  Speaking of food…Rest awhile with something to eat from the snack bar open during all fair hours with a Friday night special of Clam Cakes & Chowder.  Take home a pint of baked beans, some loaves of bread, cookies, brownies or other baked goods and don’t forget the pies.  They are wonderful and sell quickly, so come early to be sure to get yours.  Satisfy your sweet tooth with home made fudge or candies at the Candy Table.  Place your bids on the Silent Auction.  We’ll have lots of items or certificates from many local businesses. (Watch our website for details beginning in mid-October www.PlainvilleUMC.net). Bids will be taken during fair hours on Friday and until 2:00 Saturday.  The highest bid on each item at that time will get a call to come claim their goods.

 

Special visits from Santa this year bring the kids and your own camera! (Check our website for times)

 

Nov. 3: Sat. 9 – 2pm  BIT ‘O SWEDEN FAIR -. Evangelical Covenant Church 841 North Main St. Attleboro:  TheCovenantChurch has a Swedish Heritage which we celebrate at our Annual Fair.  Everyone is welcome – feel free to come and join us for Breakfast, Shopping, Treasure Hunting and Lunch!

 

Breakfast: Swedish Pancakes with Sausage & Beverage 8:30am-10:30 am

Lunch: Smorgasbord Plate with Dessert & Beverage

Quiche or Meatball Sub with Soup or Salad and Dessert & Beverage

Bakery featuring Swedish Breads, Cakes, Pies, Cookies by the Pound, etc.

Country Kitchen: Specialty foods, jams, dish towels, etc.

Swedish Imports

Knitted Items, Sewing Table,HolidayCrafts, Plants

Kids Area

Grandpa’s Attic – No Trash, but lots of Treasures!

Jewelry – some handmade, some new, some previously owned

Theme Gift Baskets, all price Ranges

Books

 

 

TheCovenantChurchhas a Swedish Heritage which we celebrate at out Annual Fair.  Everyone is welcome – feel free to come and join us for Breakfast, Shopping, Treasure Hunting and Lunch!

November 2012

 

Nov. 3 Sat.  9:00 & 2:00pm seating  300th Anniversary Fall Fair – First Congregational Church UCC (Oldtown), 675 Old Post Rd., North Attleboro:

 

300th Celebration Table,

 

 

Christmas Corner, Attic Treasures, plants, wooden & painted items, Hand-made items, kitchen items, kids area, books.

 

Not-So-Silent Auction

 

Country Store featuring Elsie’s famous salad dressing, Big John’s BBQ Sauce, jams, jellies, and relishes, ham, German potato salad, coleslaw, homemade beans, grapenut puddings, and more

 

Bake sale and Cookie Table

 

Breakfast and Lunch

 

 

Nov. 3   Saturday. 9 – 2pm HOLIDAY BAZAAR  Memorial Baptist Church, 340  Central Avenue, Seekonk:  Quilt table, Baked goods, Christmas/Holiday table cookie corner, Country Store, Crafts, Grandma’s Attic, Personal items.

 

Lunch will be available: coffee, soup, sandwiches.

 

Nov. 3:  Sat. 9 – 2PM     Church Mouse Fair – The Original Congregational Church, 1 East St., Wrentham, MA 02093   Attic treasures, Jewelry, Bake Sale, Crafts, Plant Sale, Book Sal, Silent Auction and many local vendors.

 

Nov. 3:  Sat. 11:30  – 12:30 PM     Church Mouse Dinner– The Original Congregational Church, 1 East St., Wrentham, MA     Homemade soups, salads and breads.

 

Nov. 4:  Sun. 1  – 3 PM     Church Mouse Auction– The Original Congregational Church, 1 East St., Wrentham, MA     Live Auction

 

Nov. 4:  Sun. 8:30 – 2pm ST. MARY’S CHRISTMAS BAZAAR St. Mary’s Catholic Church Norton  1 Power St. Norton:

 

Come and spend the day at our Annual Christmas Bazaar.  There is something for everyone.  We will have many Local Crafters where you’ll be able to purchase gifts for everyone on your list.  We will be selling home-made cookies by the pound at our Cookie Booth and delicious Baked Goods Table.  Be sure to try your hand at our 50/50 Raffle.  We will have plenty of great prizes at our Chinese Auction and Theme Basket Tables.  There will be plenty for the kids as well, crafts, games and a Kids Shopping Room.  When your done shopping you can stop by Kathy’s Kitchen for breakfast and lunch.

 

Before you leave be sure to stop by and say “Hi” to Santa and have your picture taken with him.

 

We look forward to seeing you on November 4th.

 

Nov. 9  & 10:  Fri. 9:30 to 6:30 & Sat. 9:30 – 5:30 pm HOLIDAY FAIR- Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Coyle Dr (off rte 152), Seekonk: LCD TV, Apple IPAD, and Cash Raffles, Split the Pot, Scratch tickets, Jewelry, Hand Knit Items, Christmas Items, “Baskets Galore” Raffle, Kids Items, Food, Baked Goods, Candy

 

Nov. 9 & 10: Fri. 11 – 7pm & Sat. 9 – 3pm  ANNUAL HOLIDAY FAIR – Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 North Main St., Attleboro:  Bake Shop; Alternative Gifts; Grandma’s Attic; Grandpa’s Garage; Books; Almost Antiques;, Handmade gifts for all the people on the list; Raffle Items; Have Lunch and Dinner on Friday or Lunch on Saturday in the Gourmet Room.

 

Nov. 9 & 10:  Fri. 4:30 – 8 & Sat. 8:30 – 3pm    Olde New England Christmas on the Corner Centenary United Methodist Church, 15 Sanford St. Attleboro:     This year the event falls just before Veteran’s Day, so veterans will be honored with some free food items for lunch at the Olde Glory Tavern on Saturday.

 

The silent Auction will over truly collectible and antique items, handcrafts, sports memorabilia, gift certificates, and more surprises.  This year you can pay the “Buy-It-Now” price for immediate purchase, or bid on your favorite items.  Baked goods with special pre-ordered item available, home-made Country Store items, quality Vintage items, Hand-crafts, Home-made Fudge and Candies, Jewelry, Basemen Treasures, and many other exciting offerings will be available.  Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus will be there for pictures.

 

 

November 2012

 

 

The traditional Lasagna Dinner will be Friday night from 4:30 to 7:00pm.  Adults $8.00 prepaid, $9.00 at the door or to-go, kids under 10 are $5.00.  Call your reservation into the church office 508-222-1759 to get the prepaid price by Thursday, November 8th or just come and eat your fill.

 

Nov. 9 & 10:  Fri. 5 – 8:00pm & Sat. 9 – 3PM  HOLIDAY FAIR,  Trinitarian Congregational Church Corner of East Main St. & Pine St. Norton    Spaghetti Supper – Friday 5-8PM; Luncheon 11:30 – 1:30; Pancake Breakfast – Saturday 8:00am.

 

Quilt Raffle; Home-made foods to go;, Silent Auction;, Country Store, Cookie Walk; White Elephant Room, Jewelry (slightly – used); Crafts; Paintings; Children’s’ Video Room; Decorative Soap; Cheesecake Sampling; Kids only room.

 

Nov. 9 & 10:   Fri. 8 – 4pm  & Sat. 9- 2pm CHRISTMAS BAZAAR – Madonna Manor  85 North Washington St. North Attleboro:  Clam cakes & Chowder; Raffle Items; Residents Crafts Tables; Handmade White Elephant Table; Bake table; Pictures with Santa.

 

Nov. 10: Sat. 9 – 2pm  THANKSGIVING IN THE KITCHEN – CHRISTMAS IN THE PARLOR    Second Congregational Church 50 Park St. Attleboro: Enjoy our very popular “Grandma’s Attic” and “Grandpa’s Garage” along with Crafts and Homemade Gifts, books, Plants, Homemade Preserves, Pet Tables, baked goods as well as home baked breakfast and lunch items at reasonable prices.

 

Breakfast:  home baked pastry

Lunch: Beef Barley Soup, Meatball Subs, Chicken Salad Rolls, Hot dogs & vegetarian choice, Luscious desserts.

 

Nov. 10: Sat. 9 – 3pm  CHURCH MICE FAIR  South Walpole United Methodist Church , 1886 Washington St. ,  So. Walpole:  Silent Auction with Patriots signed memorabilia, gift baskets etc, crafts, bakery, mice café withTurkey sandwiches, soup, pie, Vendors and Crafters.

 

 

Nov. 17  Sat. 8 -2:00 pm:  Candleberry Church Fall Fair  Candleberry Chapel, 381 South Main, Attleboro,   Cookie Walk, Handmade Crafts, Homemade French Meat Pies, Baked Items, Flea Market, Silent Auction and our special guest, Santa Claus.

 

Nov.17: Sat. 9 -2pm THE ANNUAL SNOWFLAKE FAIR- The Congregational Church of Mansfield 17 West St. Mansfield:

Grandma’s Attic, Baked Goods, Cookie Walk, Raffle, Toyland, Jewelry/Purses, Book Room, New to You, Craft Tables, Children’s activities.. Famous Chow’da and Clam Cake Luncheon 11am – 1pm– additional menu items of hot dogs, sandwiches, grilled cheese, Portuguese soup and slices of pie. Find the fair on Facebook  at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Snowflake-Fair-at-the-Congregational-Church-of-Mansfield/131591199449.           

 

Nov. 17:  Sat. 9 -2pm:  HOLLY FAIR  Federated Church of Norfolk,  1 Union St., Norfolk:  Attic Treasures, Silent Auction, Baked Goods, Plants, Country Store, Children’s Shopping Area, Decorations, Vendor tables, Pies and Cookie walk.

 

Coffee & Muffins 9:00 AM

Santa 10:00-11:00 AM

Luncheon 11:30 AM

 

 

November 2012

 

Nov. 17:Sat.  8:00 – 2:00 pm seating  Oldtown Turkey Supper – First Congregational Church UCC (Oldtown), 675 Old Post Rd., North Attleboro:

 

Fabulous fleas and assorted treasures.  In our school house acrsoo from the church, coffee & ???.

 

 

 

Nov. 17  Sat. 10 – 2pm:  HOLLY  BERRY  FAIR  United Church of Walpole , 30 Common St. ,Walpole:

Come and shop for handmade Christmas ornaments and crafts; satisfy your sweet tooth at the Bake Shoppe; have lunch, including pizza, turkey wraps and chowder.  Don’t forget the kids shopping room where kids can shop without grownups to help!

 

Nov. 17 & 18:   Sat. 9 – 4pm  & Sun 9- 2pm St Mary’s Parish Christmas Fair,  58 Carpenter St,  Foxboro:  We feature over 50 Theme Baskets, a Silent Auction with many interesting items, a Christmas
Store featuring decorations and crafts, a Gift & More, a place to find the perfect gift, a Jewelry Boutique and delicious baked goods at our Sweet Treats.  Bring your little ones to spend time in our “Just For Kids” section where they will be stopping by so bring your camera to take free pictures of your children with him.

 

 

Nov. 24: Sat 9am- 4pm  32st Annual Christmas Fair  St. Mary’s 14 Park St, North Attleboro,

 

The fair will feature the popular “Festival of Trees”, which opens for a special preview on Friday Evening, Nov. 23 from 6-8 pm, will feature beautifully themed trees created by our parishioners and exhibited in the upstairs church, followed by a Silent Auction.  Traditional, unique, handmade fresh and dried wreaths and arrangements will be offered, ready to decorate your home or for use as a hostess gift for the Christmas season.  Crafts, knitted, crocheted, sewn and other handmade one-of-a kind creations will also be offered.  Kids’ Corner will feature games and prizes to keep your little ones amused.  Our library will be stocked with well-priced books, tapes and CDs.  Themed raffle baskets could solve your “difficult to buy for” dilemma, and must be seen!. We’ll also have a 50/50 raffle, and we’ll split the pot with one lucky winner!

 

And don’t forget the food!  Traditional favorites French Meat Pies are back again.  The kitchen will serve lunch at reasonable prices, and “Pastries of the Parish” are real treats for all!  And don’t miss our Candy and Fudge Booth – yum!

 

 

 

December 2012

 

Dec. 1 Sat. 9 – 2pm  BETHANY CHRISTMAS FAIR Bethany Congregational Church  3 Rockhill St. Foxboro:

Homemade Sweets, Imaginative Themed Baskets, Handcrafts, Fresh Decorated Wreaths, Silent Auction, Grandma’s Attic, Gently Used Books, CD’s, Videos, Fun activities and Santa at the Children’s Fair. Delicious lunch will begin at 11:30. Coffee and donuts will be served to our morning shoppers.

 

Dec. 1: Sat.  9 am – 3pm  Annual Christmas Fair – St. John’s Episcopal Church, 237 Pleasant St., Franklin, MA:  St. John’s will take place on Saturday, December 1st from 9 AM to 3 PM at 237 Pleasant st, Franklin.  Shop for Christmas gifts at our craft tables offering beautiful items, many handmade by the parishioners.  A wide variety of themed gift baskets will be available, wrapped and ready to go!  Save yourself some baking time by taking advantage of our cookie walk.  Select a box size and fill it with a wide variety of homemade Christmas cookies.  Visit our snack bar for a relaxing and enjoyable breakfast of lunch.  We’ll have many raffle items as well as an amazing silent auction.  The Children’s area downstairs will feature games, make & take ornaments, face painting, special snacks and more!  Santa will be available for free pictures from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  Come and enjoy the fun!

 

Dec. 1: Sat.  9 am – 3pm  CHRISTMAS BAZAAR AND GIFT FESTIVAL – Seekonk Congregational Church UCC ,  600 Fall River Ave, Seekonk, MA:  Baked goods … as well as a luncheon being served featuring Venus DeMilo soup, corn chowder, sausage and pepper sandwiches, meatball sandwiches, hotdogs, etc.  Handmade crafts, knit goods decorations, jewelry, Live Wreaths, Boxwood centerpieces, and more!  Special room with Christmas items, drawings throughout the day.

 

Dec 8:  Sat. 10-3pm   Annual Country FairPlainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:

VENDOR & CRAFT FAIR – Visit to work on your Christmas Decorationg or Gift lists.   View & order or purchase the crafts &  wares of many local area Vendors.  There will be a Lunch/snack bar.

 

 

Other Suppers

 

 

November 10, 2012 5:30 pm    Plainville United Methodist Church, 16 East Bacon St, Plainville Supper – Shepherd’s Pie , also included with main dish is coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $3.50.

 

January 12, 2013 5:30 pm Plainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:  Supper  – Calendar Supper – Chicken  Pie.  Included with dinner are coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $4.00

 

February 9, 2013 5:30 pm Plainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:  Supper  – Calendar Supper – Chicken Pot  Pie.  Included with dinner are coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $4.00

 

March. 10, 2013  5:30pm  Plainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:  Supper – BBQ chicken   Included with dinner are coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $4.00

 

April 13, 2013  5:30pm  Plainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:  Supper – Meatloaf.  Included with dinner are coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $4.00

 

 May 11, 2013  5:30pm  Plainville United Methodist Church 16 East Bacon St. Plainville:  Supper – Oven Roasted Chicken & Salads  Included with dinner are coffee, cold drink and dessert.  Adults $9.00  Children $4.00

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