2021 Update on St. Paul’s Arts & Crafts Festival

Thank you for your interest in St. Paul’s Arts & Crafts Festival.  Our top priorities are protecting the health of our attendees, vendors, and volunteers, and doing our best to ensure a successful event for all vendors.  Due to the uncertainty of Covid-19, we have considered how best to provide a safe and successful festival.  Ultimately, after much discussion, we decided that the required accommodations would not provide the best possible experience for all.  We are sorry to tell you that the festival will not take place this year.

We wish you all the best and hope that you will be able to join us in November, 2022, when we plan to make the festival better than ever, in our newly renovated building.  

Every year, all our proceeds from the Arts & Crafts Festival are donated to local charities.  Please consider supporting one or more of these organizations that help people in our community. 


From 2019:

Artwork and Handmade Crafts from Local Artisans

  • Pottery, Fiber Art, Glass, Jewelry, Hand-knit items, Woodworking, Yard Art, Home Décor, and more.
  • Click HERE for a list of 2019’s artisans

Prayer Stitchers

  • A wide variety of hand-knit and crocheted items.

St. Paul’s Table

  • Handmade items donated by members of St. Paul’s.

Raffles

  • Choose from a wide variety of prizes.

Coffee Bar and Bake Sale

Lunch Options:

  • Food Truck:  Bo’s Kitchen, Korean Street Food
  • Hot Homemade Soups by St. Paul’s Fellowship Events Team

Book Sale – Titles for Children and Adults

Free Admission and Free Parking

Proceeds will Support

St. Paul’s Parishioners:  We Need  Your Help.  To volunteer, click HERE.

To donate new, handmade items to the St. Paul’s Table, please email sbm2@nc.rr.com

To donate books to the book sale, please bring them any time from October 27 to November 8. You can drop them off in the hallway by the coat rack.

To donate your homemade baked goods to our bake sale, please sign up HERE.

For more information, please email sbm2@nc.rr.com