Bring the joy of Christmas cookies to your family and friends! Visit the St. John’s annual Christmas Cookie Sale to stock up on all the seasonal favorites.
Saturday, December 14, 2019
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
All handmade art and crafts, perfect for your holiday giving: jewelry, artisan soap, oil paintings, fused glass, ceramics, cards & gift tags, knit & crocheted gifts, kids’ clothes, fabric creations. Enter to win a handmade piece of art in the raffle drawing. Holiday Bake Sale, Latin American Lunch for sale.
|St. Thomas Episcopal church women are celebrating 63 years of our annual Christmas bizarre! We have a luncheon of soup and pie. That is just apart of the Christmas bizarre. There are all kinds of Christmas gifts, oranments, and a raffle. The raffle is for a basket of chocolates and wine. Plus we will be selling swags for your front door. So, come enjoy the spirit and find that special treasure, or a homemade sweet to take home.|
|St. Nicholas Faire – Sponsored by Episcopal Church Women, the Faire provides tables in the parish hall to vendors selling hand-crafted items, home baked goods, and jams and jellies donated by parishioners. There are also drawings for over 20 donated gift baskets. Proceeds from the baskets go to the Bloomin Boutique, a local children’s support charity.
St. Nicholas Faire Lunch – The men’s Thursday Breakfast group sell sandwiches and soup during the St. Nicholas Faire. Proceeds go to support the Backpack Buddies program.
Find Special Gifts at Holiday Craft Fair
• When: Friday and Saturday, November 22 and 23, from 10AM to 5PM
• Where: 1525 Glen Creek Road NW
• Who: Prince of Peace Episcopal Church
Salem, Oregon: Prince of Peace Episcopal Church invites you to discover that very special handmade gift at the Homestyle Holiday Craft Fair on Friday and Saturday, November 22 and 23, from 10AM to 5PM. Prince of Peace is located at the corner of Glen Creek Road and Parkway in West Salem.
“Crafters of all kinds are coming together to sell at this fair,” affirms Cindy Nielsen, the Prince of Peace Coordinator. “Not only do we have holiday wreaths, including other handmade Christmas decorations and quilts fashioned by Prince of Peace Crafters but we also have an assortment of jewelry, paper crafts, ceramics, wood crafts, stained glass and much more.”
Prince of Peace is excited to offer this opportunity to bring together handcrafters and customers. Prince of Peace has been in West Salem since 1990 and serves people from many backgrounds and many needs not only through religious services but also through donations to disaster relief funds, Union Gospel Mission, St Francis Shelter and the Spring Break Lunch Program. Prince of Peace also donates funds and volunteer time to Marion Polk Food Share and a Core Community Garden Program for low income families. We are a growing and vital congregation and are looking for assistance in our growth from the community we serve.
Join us at Calvary Episcopal Church, 503 N Holladay Drive, Seaside, for our annual holiday bazaar. The doors will be open from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. on Friday, November 8. Dessert and beverages will be available.
The doors will re-open from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 9. Be sure to come hungry and enjoy lunch for purchase (11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.), including shrimp chowder or hearty soup with bread; there will also be hot dogs and a variety of pies and beverages available for lunch.
There is nothing like homemade baked goods and candy, which are featured at the bazaar: cookies, breads, fudge, fruit cakes, as well as soup mixes, jam, and other gourmet items. In addition, the bazaar will offer for sale unique kitchen items, new home decor for holiday entertaining and gift giving, unique gift bags, stained glass pieces, vintage linens, and a “gently used” table.
Raffle tickets may be purchased at $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 for a Christmas quilt created by Judy Woodmansee of Seaside. The winner need not be present for the drawing.
Community support of the bazaar enables donations to numerous charities in Clatsop County, in addition to special church projects.
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