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Eager Shoppers Spend Recent Saturday At NUMC Fall Craft Fair



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The 2021 Newtown United Methodist Church (NUMC) Fall Craft Fair filled Reed Intermediate School’s cafetorium with vendors and shoppers on Saturday, October 16.

The annual event featured a wide variety of items for sale from local artisans that included jewelry, clothing, home décor, and fun knickknacks.

There was also a silent auction onsite, as well as lunch available through the Full Bloom Catering food truck.


Reporter Alissa Silber can be reached at alissa@thebee.com.

On the Reed Intermediate School cafetorium stage Newtown was resident Joe Eckler, who created a variety of scarves, hats, keychains, and lanyards to sell at Newtown United Methodist Church’s Fall Craft Fair on October 16. All the proceeds that he made went directly to Families United in Newtown (FUN). —Bee Photos, Silber
Marsha London of Creatively Yours restocks merchandise at her table during the NUMC Fall Craft Fair while shoppers around her booth continue to peruse the items.
Jin Lee, JL Craft & Design, works diligently creating more handmade scarves at her NUMC Fall Craft Fair booth.
Families United in Newtown (FUN) Founder Linda Jones and member Leah Crebbin hold a bread dough bowl made of beeswax. FUN had a wide variety of items for sale, including handmade semiprecious stone bracelets and hummingbird suncatchers.
Newtown United Methodist Church’s Fall Craft Fair at Reed Intermediate School, on October 16, drew a large number of vendors and shoppers.
Longtime NUMC Craft Fair vendor Joe Joudy stands beside his colorful display of birdhouses and pencil holders.
Members of Boy Scouts of America Troop 370 of Newtown and Troop 71 of Bethel sold poinsettias during NUMC’s Fall Craft Fair.
From left is David Budd, PJ Wochum, and Gary Weller, who were among those shopping at NUMC’s Fall Craft Fair.
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