Annual Craft Fair Boasts More than 60 Local Crafters!

Sep 09, 2011 No Comments by

Now celebrating its 24th year, the annual Apple Country Craft Fair will be held this weekend at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. The fair invites residents and visitors alike to enjoy homemade and handcrafted crafts, jewelry, photography, art, baked goods and much more!

The fair will be held at the Church, located on the corner of Peabody Row and Mammoth Road, just down the street from Mack’s Apples Farm Stand. It will be held both Saturday, September 10, 2011 and Sunday September 11, 2011; both days will go from 9:30 AM until 4 PM.

Over sixty juried crafters from all around New England will be featured during the fair. The crafts are judged on their originality and quality of craftsmanship. The juried crafts ensure that only the best are displayed at the fair, offering quality to all visitors.

Hand-woven baskets, made by the people of Nicaragua, will also be available at the fair. All proceeds from these baskets will go directly back to the people of Nicaragua.

Craft raffles will be held during the fair and baked potatoes, apple crisp, coffee, grilled foods, and more goodies will be available for purchase.

The fair is held rain or shine and both parking and admission are free!

Make it a full day visit to Londonderry this weekend! Stop in at Art on the Common this Saturday, which will feature arts from local artists, before heading the craft fair. Read Village of Fine Art Coming to Town Common to learn more.

Then stop by the craft fair to browse the crafts and grab some lunch. After, swing by Mack’s Apples for delicious locally made ice cream and to pick up some fresh fruit and veggies! Click here to see what’s fresh at Mack’s this year.Or visit Sunday, browse the craft fair and eat lunch. Stop by Mack’s then head to the Town Common for the tenth anniversary memorial ceremony for September 11. The memorial will be held at 4 PM Sunday. Learn more about the ceremony here.

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Jacklynn has been a resident in Londonderry since the age of 5. She grew up in a quiet neighborhood and went through the great school system. She has fond memories of bike riding through town in the spring and summer, sledding in the winter, and apple and pumpkin picking in the fall. She now has children of her own and looks forward to raising them in the same town she enjoyed so much as a youth.
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