ONE DAY ONLY
General information Our annual juried craft fair is an outside fair held on our church grounds. We offer a fun, welcoming event with lots of help and support for our crafters and artisans. This year it is a one day event, and there is much activity in the town due to SalemFest activities, featuring non-profit organizations. The craft fair is well publicized and we have fun kids events (bouncy house and face painting) to draw more shoppers.
Please submit our Application which details our rules and provides contact information for more questions if you have any.
The St. David’s Craft Fair is an annual tradition for many in the Greater Salem area. Be sure to bring your friends and join us on September 18th. There is something for everyone – Crafts, Food, Raffle and the famous Cookie Walk where you can fill a container with homemade cookies of every kind. There is ample free parking in the area and free admission. You and your family will also have fun with our kid’s bouncy house and face painting.
Crafts include jewelry, wood reclaimed products, handmade soaps, fiber arts, ornaments, jams and jellies, fabric gifts and much more.
Café St. David’s – have lunch with us while you shop. Our cafe has homemade meatballs, vegetarian chili, clam chowder, hot dogs, apple pie, veggie wraps, chicken Ceasar wraps and more. And our prices are very reasonable!!
Raffle – Buy chances to win large items like a bicycle, handmade quilt, flat screen TV and more. Also church members contribute beautiful gift baskets of all kinds and local businesses contribute gift certificates and baskets. Each raffle ticket enters you into the drawing for any of the items. The drawing is held on Sunday and you do not need to be present to win.
Cookie Walk – this event is loved by all – buy a container and “Do the Walk!” Walk along our tables filled with homemade cookies and fill a container of your favorites – from the always popular chocolate chip, to peanut blossoms, M&M, and too many more to even list! And they keep changing as new cookies are dropped off by our congregation.