Did you take advantage of the wonderful fall scenery of downtown brought to you by the Cranford Scarecrow Stroll? If not, you now have to wait 11 more months to see it again. I highly suggest that you add it to your calendar so as not to forget. Now that Halloween is over, it is time to look forward to the next big end-of-year holidays. In three weeks, we celebrate Thanksgiving. But you might want to focus on Christmas. Even with 49 shopping days to go, kinks in the supply chain mean that you might run into availability issues for gifts on your Christmas list. Fortunately, the Cranford Craft Fair promises plenty of gift ideas so you can begin to start checking off names on your list.
What: Cranford Craft Fair
Where: First Presbyterian Church (11 Springfield Ave)
When: Saturday, November 13th, 9 am to 4 pm
Contact: First Presbyterian (908) 276-8440
Cranford Craft Fair
Do you have hard-to-shop-for people on your Christmas list? Looking for something unique to give as hostess gifts this year? Or do you just want to make your home cozy and beautiful for the holidays? Dozens of local artists and artisans set up shop at First Presbyterian Church to sell their wares. You will find everything from handmade jewelry, blankets, and clothing to artwork, kitchenware, and decor.
In addition to arts and crafts, First Presbyterian Church hosts a bake sale. So, pick up some delicious bread, pies, cakes, or other goodies for your friends or guests. And make sure that you keep some to enjoy for yourself.
Organizers request that all guests wear masks while walking around the fair. Social distancing will also be enforced while on the grounds. Please keep your health in mind as well as others around you while visiting. If you feel ill, please stay at home.
End of Daylight Savings Time
Just a reminder. This Sunday, November 7th, Daylight Savings Time ends. That means that we turn our clocks back one hour on Sunday. Get ready for that early evening sunset. Happy holidays!