St. James Woodstock Announces 93rd Annual Fair, July 7
WOODSTOCK, Vermont – The annual St. James Fair is the highlight of the summer for many who live in, or visit Woodstock.
Held every summer since the 1920s, the St. James Fair is a time-honored Woodstock tradition. The fair provides excellent shopping opportunities with bargains on antiques, art, linens, knick-knacks, toys, books and a large selection of white elephant items. With crowds of shoppers on the green, live music on the steps of the church and yummy culinary delights, the fair has the feel of a festival.
After months of planning, almost every member of St. James – as well as friends of the parish from near and far – come together to work on the fair. For three week prior, volunteers work together to sort, price, and finally sell the vast array of donated goods that we receive. The one-day sale begins with the ringing of the church bell and provides bargains galore.
For those who may be interested in making a donation, we will continue to accept donations until 4:00 PM on July 3. Only clean, salable items will be accepted. We do not accept the following items: Clothing, Skis, TV’s, Large Appliances, Computers, Sewing Machines, and Mattresses.
For more information about the St. James Fair, please visit https://www.stjameswoodstock.org/st-james-fair.