St. Paul's Church Fair This Weekend: June 16

For weeks, volunteers have been working hard to sort through all the donations and select the very best for sale at great prices.


Another day of shoppers’ paradise will take place at the St. Paul’s Fair in Woodbury, open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16 at, 284 Main St. South, Woodbury.

The event will take place rain or shine. Free parking is available at . A shuttle bus will be available.

There’s something for everyone among the thousands of wonderful bargains in The Treasure Chest, white elephant shop, books, crown jewels, furniture gallery, art gallery, baked goods and bazaar tag sale.

Donations may be dropped off at St. Paul's Church up until Thursday, June 14.

"We are deeply appreciative of the incredible support from the community,” said Fair Chairman Janet Congdon. “It has been this way since the first Fair in 1947, and every year it keeps getting better and better. We are very grateful.”

This will be the second year for the silent auction of gift baskets, goods and services.

Two attractions at the fair this year are drums and carpets. First will be two  drums, handmade by Woodbury resident and Master Drum Maker Michael Lategano, which will be offered for sale opposite the White Elephant Shop.  

Seven carpets will be featured in the silent auction, including a c. 1970’s wool carpet made in China. The carpet is in perfect condition, as it has never been stepped on.

St. Paul’s Fair is known for its books department, both for quality and diversity of the selections. There are always books of unique value which can be found at the head table.

For a $5 fee, early bird book buyers can enter at 8 a.m. Other attractions include food, children's games and live music.

For additional information, contact St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 203-263-3541 or 203-266-7126.


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