Just in time for holiday shopping, an arts and crafts fair will be held at Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Handmade, high-quality items will be for sale from the following vendors: Bonnie Roberson, baskets; Ri Noel Tarnpoll, hand-painted sweaters; Anna Henkenjehann, local raw honey products; Maegan Lea, wheel-thrown pottery from Fickle Pottery; Kay Moser, Christmas decorations; Ester Gore (The Flavor Exchange), infused olive oils; Stephanie Carter (Ithaca Acres Creamery), goat cheese products; Bonnie Howard, soaps (The Village Soapsmith); James Watts, hand-carved wood products; Betty Hill, jewelry; Betsy Younger, wheel-thrown stoneware; Janet Fowler (Sandhills Feed & Supply), embroidered tea towels; Jen McRae, one-of-a-kind canvas earrings crafted from acrylic paintings; Pat Talcot, quilting items; Blanche Woodruff, handmade quilts; Steven Graves, paintings, cards, Christmas wreaths and crosses of silver wire; Valeria Lunceford, aprons, crocheted dish cloths and kitchen hangers; Christine Abbot, knitted items; Pam Zell, essential oils; Amy Venci, handmade knitted blankets; Lana Horton, shadow box frames and vintage and contemporary jewelry; Roberta Bozarth, stained glass; Sara Dawn Lucas, jams, jellies and pickles; Teresa Valdiva, jewelry; Christi Hocking, handmade Christmas items; Donna Tanner, grapevine wreaths; Nancy Gagnon, table runners, pillows and placemats; Sandra Sweat, pillows; Marilyn Idol, doll clothes, girls’ aprons, doll sleeping bags and tooth fairy pillows; and baked goods from G. Charles Bakery.

Also included will be a cash raffle and silent auction of more than 60 items, including beautiful gift baskets and original art.

Proceeds will go toward missions and scholarships for high school seniors and college students. The fair is sponsored by the Brownson Presbyterian Women.

Brownson’s address is 330 South May St., Southern Pines. Admission is free and parking is available behind the church off Ashe Street for easy access to the fair entrance.

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Comments that violate any of the rules above are subject to removal by staff.

Thank you for Reading!

Please purchase a subscription to continue reading. Subscribe today and support local community journalism.

Digital Only Subscriptions

Thank you for visiting ThePilot.com and supporting award-winning community journalism. Not everyone wants to have a newspaper delivered to their home, but they want to keep up with the latest news in Moore County. Click here to gain digital-only access and support local journalism.

Starting at
$1.07 for 1 day

Connect Print Subscription to Digital Access

Thank you for visiting ThePilot.com. Your Pilot subscription entitles you to unlimited digital access. Simply log in. From the home page, click on Subscription Services. Then click on "Pilot All Access Print Subscribers." It should show your phone number . If so, click "Sign Up." After a few seconds, it will take you back to the home page. Log out, then log back in. You're set! For any problems, call our customer service number at 910-693-2487 or 693-2488.

Free access for current print subscribers