St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church Virtual Marketplace
October 12 - November 18
St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church is holding its first ever virtual marketplace.
Proceeds will benefit Downeast Community Partners’ THAW program, which helps people with low incomes who are having difficulty paying home energy bills.
The market will open on Oct. 12 at stdunstansellsworth.org and run through Nov. 18.
The market has three areas: (1) Handcrafted and Baked Goods, (2) “Sewing Creations” by Liz Tracy and (3) high-quality “White Elephant” items.
All orders are processed online. Purchases will be available for pickup at the church on one of three separate days: Nov. 25, Dec. 11 and Dec. 12.
Baked goods will include homemade pies, tarts, breads, cookies, fudge and candy. There are over 150 sewing creations by Liz Tracy including holiday tree ornaments, placemats and much more. The “White Elephant” section will include items for home, yard and camp.
Physical distancing and safety measures will be maintained at pickup.
Payment is by check only, mailed to St. Dunstan’s; instructions are clearly printed on the online order form.
For more information, visit stdunstansellsworth.org.