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RED BOW Holiday Fair
RED BOW HOLIDAY FAIR with Exquisite Gift baskets galore, fresh decorative greens, gifts, white elephant, carefully used books and computers for sale. Sumptuous lunch in our homey Holyoke Cafe' offers homemade soups, sandwiches and salad. Baked goods to entice you as hostess gifts or to make your holidays easier. Raffle tickets for 25 lbs of live lobster, a beautiful homemade quilt and artfully decorated doll house available at the fair.
Children's activity center with face painting and a chat with Mrs. Claus as you browse the fair. Festive, fun, fairly priced and phenomenal- that's the Unitarian Universalist Church's RED BOW FAIR Saturday during the Marblehead Christmas Walk, December 1, 9AM to 3PM.
More About Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead
Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead began over 280 years ago, when the congregation split from the First Congregational Church, now called "Old North Church." The split happened because Old North selected the more conservative of two candidates being considered for settled minister.
A group of parishioners, who favored the more liberal pastor Rev. Edward Holyoke, invited him to lead a new church across town. Thus was born the Second Congregational Church of Marblehead, which joined the Unitarian movement in 1820 under the auspices of Reverend John Bartlett, who served from 1811 until he died in 1849.
Today, the church offers youth and adult education, and also hosts the me & thee coffeehouse on Friday nights.
Other events here
- "Daly Inspirations" exhibit features work of Swampscott resident Daily,
- "DALY INSPIRATIONS" Watercolor paintings by students of Elaine Caliri Daly Daily,
- "Daly Inspirations" exhibit features work of Salem resident Daily,
- Let Your Yoga Dance Weekly on Thursdays, 6:30 pm–7:30 pm
- All You Need is Love Sat, Jun 15, 7:00 pm–10:00 pm