A marketplace with a charitable twist – and live alpacas – will take place at the Church of St. Peter Claver in West Hartford on Saturday and Sunday.
Fifty New England artisans, including 12 new vendors, will offer an enticing array of handcrafted wares at the 11th Annual Craft Festival & Marketplace to benefit Medical Aid to Haiti (MATH).
Shop directly with the makers for gifts and treasures in pottery, glass, wood, jewelry, fiber arts, photography, soaps, candles, stationery, home furnishings, gourmet edibles and much more.
Stop outside to visit the live alpacas of Round Hill Farm, and stop to eat at the café, which offers acclaimed homemade soups, sandwiches, and baked goods donated by friends of the Festival.
Live acoustic musicians round out the festivities. The event is open to the public, parking and admission are free.
The 11th Annual Craft Fair to benefit MATH will be held on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 11, from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Church of St. Peter Claver, 47 Pleasant St., West Hartford, CT
Medical Aid to Haiti (MATH) is a local charitable organization providing care to the underserved in greater Port-au-Prince and remote Dame-Marie, Haiti. MATH sends Connecticut-based medical teams to work side-by-side educating, training, and collaborating with their Haitian medical partners.
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