In its area landmark building listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, First Unitarian Society will host 25 NJ crafters, artists, and creative vendors selling jewelry, stained glass, gourmet foods, accessories, ceramic art, natural personal products, fine art, ornaments, and decorative specialties for the season. FairTrade products, from coffee to chocolate to accessories, round out the offerings.
Fifteen crafters have donated pieces from their collections for the Fair's popular Craft Raffles. Visitors can pruchase raffle tickets at the door, and need not be present to win.
Busy shoppers can relax and enjoy homemade lunches, desserts and hot beverages in the Fair's Stevens Café & Bakery, or purchase homebaked, family-sized cakes, pies and desserts to take home.
Chaperoned Kids Activities are planned to delight the youngest visitors for a small donation, and "Ask the Artist" exhibitors are happy to answer questions on the secrets of their skilled works.
Profits from the Holiday Craft Fair go to support the Society's congregational work and outreach programs to the area community.
Admission to the Fair is FREE and open to the public.