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St. Paul's Episcopal Church's 81st annual Christmas Fair

St. Paul's Episcopal Church's 81st annual Christmas Fair

On Saturday Dec. 2nd, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brunswick will hold it's annual Christmas Fair to raise money for the congregation's charitable outreach programs. Shoppers can choose from thousands of items and bid on dozens of Silent Auction goods or services.

BRUNSWICK – The St. Paul’s Christmas Fair is back!

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will hold its 81st annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, Dec. 2nd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 27 Pleasant St. in Brunswick (corner of Pleasant and Union streets). All proceeds support charitable programs in the Greater Brunswick area and globally.

Holiday shoppers can browse several rooms full of items, including: artwork and handicrafts by local artisans, handmade hats & scarves, clothing for 18-inch dolls, baked goods (breads, pies, cookies, etc…), jams & jellies, fresh wreaths and other Christmas decorations. There will also be religious items, books, Rada cutlery – and much more. Bargain hunters can find vintage items, jewelry, collectibles and gently used household wares in the “Treasures” room.

For the second year, St. Paul’s will also hold a Silent Auction. Shoppers can bid on:

·       Gift certificates to Chilton Furniture, Sunray Animal Clinic and The Times Record.

·       A fly fishing rod, reel, line, flies and net.

·       Maine State Music Theater tickets.

·       5-hour consult with a Master Gardener.

·       10 hours of handyman services.

·       Fly fishing lesson with L.L. Bean casting instructor Macauley Lord.

·       Handmade quilts, carved duck and loon, and artwork.

·       Multiple gift baskets.

·       Antique chest and chair.

There will be a Children’s Activity table, plus Santa and his helpers will be on site. And chowder, taco salad, sandwiches, coffee and desserts will be available at the Christmas Café.

The Christmas Fair is St. Paul’s largest charitable fundraiser. Over the past six years, the community’s generous support of the fair has allowed St. Paul's to donate more than $100,000 to programs such as Mid Coast Hunger Prevention, Tedford Housing, Oasis Free Clinics and Brunswick Area Student Aid Fund.

Payment can be made by cash, check or credit card.

For more information about the Silent Auction, go to

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