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163nd Harvest Moon Fair at First Parish held

The Harvest Moon Fair, an annual fall fund-raiser, returns Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 to 3, at First Parish church.

holiday fairThe fair offers one-stop shopping and unique gift ideas at yard-sale prices.

Booths include arts and crafts, books, jewelry, holiday decorations, toys and puzzles, baked goods, attic treasures, electronics, fragile fancies, plants, pet supplies, a raffle for a beautiful quilt and more.

This is a great place for parents to give their kids some cash and set them loose at the fair to do their holiday shopping, while parents do their own, too.

And when you’re ready to sit down and have a bite, stop by the Harvest Moon Cafe for a delicious lunch, made on-site by church chefs, while enjoying some live music.

The Harvest Moon Fair has been an Arlington tradition for 163 years - come join in the fun.


This news announcement was published Monday, Nov. 12, 2018.

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