3rd Annual St. Isidore Fall Festival
October 4, 2014
9AM to 3PM
Save the date for this year's Fall Festival. We have many wonderful activities planned and need your help to make it a success. First and foremost, we need your attendance! In order to make any activity a success we need you to help celebrate with us. We are a parish family and as a family, we celebrate together! We have some wonderful ideas in the works and could use your ideas and contacts to be successful.
Activities include local crafters selling their handmade items, a baked goods and pie table, we will once again be selling our Parish Cookbook, pretty and fun novelty items, and used books. Stop in to purchase a bite to eat at our "kitchen" where we will be selling donuts and coffee in the morning and hotdogs and pizza in the afternoon.
Crafters - Do you or someone you know have a handmade craft that you would like to sell? The forms are below for you to print out. Spaces available will be 8' ($30) and 6' ($20) and a very limited number of spots with outlets (additional $5).
Crafter Application / Operating Rules & Exhibitor Guidelines
WE NEED DONATED ITEMS
Bakers - Can you donate a baked good? Look for the Sign Up Sheet in the church vestibule or call Robin in the office.
Pies - This year, we would love to draw on the talents of those bakers who have family PIE recipes. Sign up in the church vestibule.
Books - Do you have any gently used books that you would love to pass on? Look for the box in the vestibule to drop them in!
Novelty Items - It's summer! Time to clean out your jewelry boxes, closets, storage boxes or even your knick knacks on your hutch! We are collecting items such as pocketbooks, collectibles, costume jewelry, any pretty trinkets you would love to pass on. Look for the box in the vestibule to donate.
PLEASE NO OTHER ITEMS, JUST SMALL COLLECTIBLES, COSTUME JEWELRY AND/OR POCKETBOOKS.
Hope to see you and your friends and family! This activity is open to the public.
The St. Isidore Social Committee
Al & Laureen DeBenedetto-Co-Chairs, Robin Ulichney, Marcia Mishley, Doug Aylaian, Ed Reverdy & Mary Ann & Bill Hofmann
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