EAST VILLAGE FAIR is around the corner! Despite construction the Fair
will go on. We will not have a Flea Market this year, but we will have
everything else and more! Please join us for a fun-filled day of great food
(Howie Bernstein’s famous pulled pork and Ed Jackson’s fabulous soup!), sales
of produce, plants, cheese, jewelry, and baked goods. Come hear music (the
Arlex Five and Dime!), sip cider, win a wonderful prize in the raffle and play
kids’ games. Come one, come all and help us support our Church on this special
day: Saturday, September 29 from 11:00 to 4:00 (note the slight time change
this year). WE NEED YOU! Donations wanted for plants, baked goods, and
jewelry. Please sign up to help. We need all hands to pull this off and make this
a great day.
Sign Up to Volunteer! Read below for donation information.
Time to make the East Village Fair Jewelry Chain! Here’s how it works: First,
donate your unwanted or unworn jewelry to Follen. Second, dedicated
volunteers (We always need help) will polish and mark it. Next, everybody buys
jewelry for themselves and loved ones (a donation to Follen and a gift). Finally,
the chain is closed when you find yourself admiring your jewelry on your Follen
friend!! Giving links us all together. Please bring your jewelry to Sarah Garner
in the Church Office as soon as you are able but no later than Wednesday,
September 26 so that we have time to shine it up!
Please wrap and label all baked goods as to identity, with a listing of any
excluded ingredients that might affect allergies: nut-free, wheat-free, sugar-free,
and gluten-free. Use baggies / zip-lock bags or cling wrap, but not aluminum
foil wrap please.
Bars, squares, and brownies can be wrapped individually as we sell a
lot that way.
Cookies can be bagged in groups of 4 or 6.
Pies, cakes, and breads are welcome.
You may drop off donations: Saturday Sept. 29 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Plants and Gardening
We need your donations of labeled, potted perennials to sell at The East Village
Fair Plant Table. Now is the time to divide and pot up your plants. We
welcome unusual and common varieties of perennials. Please label them with
the name of the plant, sun or shade requirements, color and height if possible.
We welcome potted ferns, perennial flowers, hostas, daylilies, irises, herbs of all
sorts. We welcome shrubs such as rhododendrons, grasses, and any healthy
We also welcome labeled, healthy house plants, to be delivered the morning of
the Fair. We are also asking for garden/plant related items, and tools in good
Dates to remember: Empty pots for plants may be dropped off or picked up
beginning on Sunday, September 16th. Please leave them next to the church side
of the Stone Building. Potted and labeled perennials may be dropped off in the
same location beginning September 16th, and up to the day before the fair.
We will need volunteers to help set up and sell plants and gardening items on
September 29th, the day of the fair.