Save The Date: Annual Christmas Fair

CD Center 1043 Stafford Ave. Bristol, CT, Bristol

St. Gregory the Great Church will be holding their annual Christmas Craft Fair on November 25 and 26, 2017 from 9 am to 3 pm at the CCD Center, 1043 Stafford Ave. Bristol, CT.

The fair will have 40 local crafters, featuring floral designs, jewelry, home decor, chocolates, glassware and more.

A large number of themed baskets created by various ministries and parishioners will be raffle off, including the ever popular lottery tree.

Santa visits each day between 10 am and 2 pm, and is available for pictures (donation requested). You may use your camera or Santa’s helper will take the picture for you.

The Christmas Attic will be open selling gently used Christmas decor and ornaments at very reasonable prices. Breakfast and Lunch are available at our kitchen both days.

Admission is FREE and the Fair ends with the drawing for the winners of the annual church raffle.

For more information contact Ginny DeLuzio at



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