Harvest fair coming up Sat. Nov. 2: Help needed

CUF Fall Harvest Fair
Saturday, November 2 from 9 to 2 pm!
Many helpers needed for set up and being at a table!
If you have jewelry to donate please contact Leah Vetelino soon.
It takes a lot of work to tag and price all those small items.
Does your garden have an abundance of produce?
The CUF Fall Harvest Fair is looking for:
~garden produce (onions, garlic, potatoes, squash, etc.)
~herbs dried or fresh (thyme, basil, oregano, etc.)
~dried flowers (e.g., hydrangeas)
~jams, jellies, relishes and lots of cookies and breads
~handcrafted items, collectibles, odds and ends
The “Jewelry Table” would benefit from those earrings and pins you no longer wear. Items can be dropped off at
the church office (clearly marked for the Fair) any time (the sooner the better).
Last year the Silent Art Auction was a welcomed addition—we might expand this year to include other unique
items in the auction. The popular “Cookie Walk” needs lots and lots of different cookies. This is also the
perfect time to down-size and weed out items no longer in use and donate them to Collectables (No large items,
please). It is also helpful to bring in “Collectables” early so that they can be priced. The “Food Table” welcomes
jams, jellies, pickles, fudge, candy, breads, cakes, pies, bars, biscuits, anything you enjoy making. Extra produce
from your garden is also welcome. There is no better way to fully enjoy the Fair than to volunteer to work at a
table for an hour or two. Plan to stay for lunch provided by “The Choir Cafe” and allow time to peruse other
Please call Judy Whitney 942-0974 or tell Steffi at the CUF Office if you can help.