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Hollyberry Fair returns Saturday with streamlined layout

  • Shown is the baked goods table at Northfield’s annual Hollyberry Fair at the Trinitarian Congregational Church. This year’s fair will be held Saturday from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. Contributed photo

Staff Report
Published: 11/6/2019 6:05:04 PM
Modified: 11/6/2019 6:04:54 PM

NORTHFIELD — Apple pies, maple tea rings and other baked specialties await shoppers at this year’s Hollyberry Fair at the Trinitarian Congregational Church of Northfield.

The event, to be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will also include brunch all day, a themed basket raffle and 13 craft vendors. New this year is a single-level, streamlined layout for easy shopping.

Brunch will feature cider doughnuts, blueberry muffins, two homemade soups, vegetarian or ham quiche with chunky bread, and hot dogs. Coffee is free. A candy table will offer peanut butter buckeyes, homemade fudge, chocolate bark and other sweets.

The craft table will be filled with handcrafted gifts including felted wool mittens, dog coats, gnomes, feed bag totes, kitchenware (including Rada cutlery), warm fleece pieces, fall and Christmas items, stocking stuffers and jewelry. New this year will be a clearance section.

A juried selection of craft exhibitors includes: Susan Worgaftik of Thistle Hill Soaps; Susan Maltese of Hemp Power Bag; Michael Ward, antiques and collectibles: Jane Nims, knitted and felted items; Shirley Barrus of Sisters Nooks and Crannies; Paula Lavender and her marbled fabrics; Stewart Balk with wool blankets and sheepskins; Linda Balk with Christmas decor and specialty ornaments; Laurie Wells’ City Chic Boutique; Rick Roy and his handcrafted cribbage boards, Pat Massey’s crocheting; Michelle Lawler’s weaving and yarns; and Dorie Fisk with holiday items.

Children can also stop by to help Santa in his workshop at the end of the Sunday School hallway, and receive a gift.

The church, at 147 Main St., is fully accessible and offers free parking. For more information, call 413-834-2469.

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