❖❖KRIS KRINGLE FAIR❖❖
Saturday, November 12th,
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
YOU MAKE THE FAIR A SUCCESS
Two weeks to go and I hope you have been gathering goods in salable condition and baking your favorites. Have you signed up to help out the week before, work at a table or for clean-up? Stop by the KK Fair Table at Sunday Social Hours to ask questions and to sign up for the jobs that fit you best or email Jenna Rankin Doucette at email@example.com.
These Special Requests from Table Leaders will make the fair profitable and will be a fun experience for you:
• Kids Toys needs volunteers for setup and for fair day to help in this favorite area for youngsters and for those buying for kids. (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
• Attic Treasures continues to seek individuals to help with cashiering and sales both inside and out under the tent. Please consider signing up for a two hour shift…we promise hilarity, hi-jinks, fun, and funds for the church. (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
• Jewelry requests help arranging shiny baubles onto display in the week before the fair (during the day is best). This is a new request so all volunteers are welcome. Lynne Champion firstname.lastname@example.org
• Set-up (Chris Doucette), Parking/Shuttle (Rob Craig-Comin) and Clean-Up (Mark Taitz) offer opportunities to help the week before, during and immediately after the last sale on Fair Day.
• All Tables have time slots to fill during the fair to sell to friends of the church and to the guests from the wider community. Easy to sign up at Social Hour, contact table heads listed or email Jenna at email@example.com.
• Raffle tickets sales underway! Buy early and often. We are selling tickets at Sunday Social Hours for chances at the 2016 ”Pass on the Light” quilt hanging in the sanctuary and for other great items.
• Silent Auction is currently taking bids on the following items:
• Signed brown and black ceramic pot by Mata Ortiz artist Luly Lucern. Approx 5.5” tall and 6” wide, curved bottom. Reed ring display stand included. $195 Value.
• I Love Math! Receive 2 hours of Math tutoring: Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus. $150 Value.
• Youth table lamp. Rustic cloth shade in blue and off-white with red cross stitch. Light brown wood base, 19” tall. $35 Value.
• Jewelry continues to collect donations NOW. Place yours in the baskets in the Atrium.
DONATION DROP-OFFs begin SUNDAY, NOV. 6th
Where to put your donations for each table will be posted in next week’s newsletter
Here’s What We Need!
Attic Treasures: Gently used housewares, furniture, decorative items, pictures, craft, pet supplies, adult games and puzzles, sports equipment, etc. (Please: NO electronics, mugs, glass vases.) In selecting your items, keep in mind that we must pay to dispose of unsaleable items. NOTE: we will again have pre-sales of large furniture that don’t transport in your car. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baked Goods: Bring us your home-made cookies, cakes, coffee cakes, pies, breads—whatever you enjoy making. Add list of ingredients or recipes please.
Book Table: We welcome the following donations: Used books (adult and young adult), DVDs, CDs, books on tape, computer programs. Please: NO textbooks, magazines, music audio tapes, or computer programs on floppy disks. We need volunteers for setup the week prior and to sell books the day of the Fair. Contact Anne Mark: email@example.com or Gail Page at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boutique: The Boutique features handmade items of all kinds. If you sew, knit, crochet, or create things of paper, wood, ceramics, or another medium we’d love to offer your work at the Far. Do you make jewelry? Baskets? Fine photographs? Stained glass? Doll supplies? Accessories for pets? Ornaments? Potholders? Let us know what you might be able to contribute.
Country Store: We need you and your home-made specialties. We welcome all goodies: jams, jellies, preserves, relishes, pickles. rubs, small bags of fudge, cookie or brownie mixes (in an old fashioned Mason Jar?), dried soup mixes, your own canned chili or soup, new country towels, kids’ mittens, hair ribbons, aprons, & kitchen tools. We even love pet treats. We can supply recipes. Send questions to Liz Lovell email@example.com or Lorraine Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jewelry: Baubles from high-end to inexpensive, from antique to on-trend. One person’s unwanted jewelry is another person’s treasure. Donate your unwanted jewelry NOW in the marked baskets in the Atrium. Contact Lynne Champion (email@example.com) or Nancy Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids Only Gift Shop: Kids love to buy inexpensive gifts for family and friends. What do you have at home a child would love to buy for a special someone? Contact Becky O’Neill or Gloria Little at email@example.com.
Kids Toys and Books: We love toys, puzzles, books, DVDs, blocks, ride-on toys, dress-up clothes, sports equipment, music instruments for kids. Contact Rebecca Griffin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Janee Tichy at email@example.com.
Potpourri: We are seeking new or new-like items your’ve acquired that someone else could give as a “new” gift. Contact Beth Bauer or Joan Cushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silent Auction is ready to collect your items. We seek high-interest items to create spirited bidding. Tickets…a collectible…an extraordinary piece of jewelry…art…cut glass…a handbag or scarf…holiday gift baskets…gift certificates…professional services. Contact Paula Tucci (email@example.com) to donate.
Snack Bar: Cash donations are welcome to purchase drinks, chips, paper good for hungry shoppers. Donations may be made at KK Fair Table during social hours.