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21st Year of Pods for the Pulpit Crafts Fair

November 27 and 28 will mark the 21st Annual Pods for the Pulpit Crafts Fair, a juried show. The fair is organized by members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Upper Valley (UUCUV), located in Norwich, Vermont, for their community outreach projects. This year funds raised will be shared with LISTEN Community Services, The Haven and Cover. Revenue comes from booth fees and a raffle. The raffle features a colored woodblock print donated by Lyme, NH artist Matt Brown. Music is provided by Chief Noda, guitarist, from Brockton, Massachusetts.Two floors, with 40 vendors, will show a wide variety of crafts including jewelry in many forms, pottery, rag rugs, quilting, mittens, woodblock prints, herbals, marbled paper and silk, basketry, floor cloths, etchings, felted sculptures, knits and woven goods, fiber art, cactus gardens, wreaths, hand spun yarn and woven wool rugs, braided rugs, ornaments, photographs, painted gourds, elf slippers, things made of recycled zippers and sweaters, cupcakes and buoy bats, stained glass, pickles, wreaths and more!The crafts fair will be held at Tracy Hall on Main Street in Norwich, Vermont from 10-4 on November 27 and 28. There is no admission fee, but purchase of raffle tickets is encouraged.
Date & Time
  • Weekly on Friday and Saturday
  • Nov 27, 2015 through Nov 28, 2015
  • 10:00AM - 4:00PM
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