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Wairarapa Fabric Fair 2021

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Great News our Wairarapa Fabric Fair has a new date!

Thanks to our patient stall holders, South End School and the Carterton Central Lions we are going ahead with the Fair on the 13th of November! The venue is still South End School Hall, High Street South, Carterton, from 10 am to 1pm and there is plenty of parking. 

Do you have a stash at home you have been meaning to go through, this would be a good time to do it and donate it to our charity table! Is your stash enough to sell and make some money back, then you can still book a table and join us on the day @ $20.00 at table (just remember no made-up goods to be sold).  

Once again this year we are donating the profits from the table hire and the donated goods on our charity table to King Street Artworks, who help support people Wairarapa wide. 

We are pleased to announce that the Carterton Central Lions will be running the FAB Cafe again this year, we had to manage without them last year, but we are looking forward to a hot drink and some home baking again this year! They do such a great job selling cups of tea or coffee, along with home baking to have while you browse. They will be donating their profits to King Street Artworks as well!

Check out our Facebook page @Waifabricfair for updates.

To book a table or to donate some of your stash contact: 

Email: waifabricfair@gmail.com. 

Phone: Elena 027-490 0851 or Colleen 022-038 0483. 

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