Holiday Fair Saturday, December 7: Great Place to Shop with Kids

The St. Andrew's Holiday Fair is a great place to take kids holiday shopping: Lots of inexpensive, unusual gifts for kids to choose from. Safe, friendly place (no way for kids to get lost!). Food for young and old. Pix with Santa. So put Saturday morning on your calendar, and come have a great time!!

The fun begins at 9 o'clock sharp. Plenty of parking--but best to get an early start!

Attic Treasures

China, glassware, silver, brass, wrought iron, antiques, serving dishes, and home décor items. Great variety, great prices!!

Theme Baskets

Our creative parishioners have gathered a wide variety of themed goods: cheese, jams and jellies, wine, games, baby things. All are wrapped with care in beautiul baskets. Great gifts or just take one home and enjoy. Tickets for the finished baskets are sold the day of the fair.

Bottle Shop

Here you will find anything that fits into a bottle or jar: coins, candy, jam, lotion, legos. Kids love buying bottles as gifts for their brothers, sisters and parents.

Christmas Shoppe

We sell gently used Christmas and holiday decorations — for the tree, the house, and the table. This is one of our most popular tables.

Jewelry, etc…

Jewelry boxes have been emptied to provide a wide selection of necklaces, pins, earrings, scarves, belts, hats, gloves, purses and small luggage items.

Nearly New Books

Children’s books, cookbooks, best sellers, fiction and non-fiction. And a few antique gems if you are into old books!

Bake Shoppe

Kitchen goodies of all kinds! Pies are the #1 seller, followed closely by cakes, cookies and gluten-free alternatives. Savory items are also popular:– sauces, soup, chili, etc.

Pictures with Santa

The young ones can meet Santa, share what they dream about, and get a picture taken. Digital images will be emailed to families. No appointment necessary. Our "studio" is in the back of the sanctuary.

Barb's Cafe

Shoppers won't go hungry!! Our cafe offers burgers, hotdogs, chili, soft drinks, coffee.

Click on image below for video of Holiday Fair from days of yore!