It is with much anticipation that our popular Fine Arts & Crafts Fair is returning to All Saints’ Episcopal Church, between Dolores and Lincoln at 9th. Saturday, November 18th, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Admission is free. The Fair is being held in conjunction with the Homecrafters Marketplace at Sunset Center, San Carlos between 8th and 9th Ave., and the Holiday Faire at Wayfarer Church, Lincoln & 7th. Avenue, offering you a “triple crown” of art fairs all within a few blocks of one another!  All Saints’ vendors will be in Seccombe Hall and other areas throughout the church campus.  We anticipate adding more booths on Dolores at the front of the church, on the walkway above the stairs, and on the ramp on Lincoln.

This year there will be a dual sponsorship between All Saints’ and our near neighbor, St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, who shares our campus. The joint venture promises to increase the bountiful bake sale sweets and now will include everyone’s favorite, Greek pastries!  Also new this year, chefs will be grilling on the lower patio, so there will be delicious hot lunches for purchase.

All items are carefully hand crafted.  Our returning 30 + vendor’s items year include silk scarves, some made from kimono silks, others hand-felted, Izzi’s jams and jellies, wreaths, calligraphy work and cards, hemp bags, pottery from Peninsula Potters, oils and bar soaps, Christmas décor, hand made Dolls, American Girl doll clothes, blankets, stuffed animals, and more. We’re excited to have Ozzie’s handmade English Toffee as one of our new vendors. Come check out the plentiful bounty of home made craft and gift items, just in time for holiday gift giving!
At this time we are also looking for vendors to add to our 2017 Fine Arts & Crafts Fair. If you are interested in participating, please, mail your Vendor Application, e-mail us or call Barbara Dickason (972-567-3572), Co-Chair All Saints’ Episcopal Carmel or Corkey Balcom at 831-998-2611, Co-Chair, St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church.