Spring cleaning? Not sure where to bring those “treasures” that are cluttering up your closets or you simply no longer use, clothing that is too small or books you have lying around? Donations are now being accepted for the Norfield Church Fair, taking place Saturday, June 8, from 9 to 4
Grandma’s Attic will be collecting — and selling — everything from planters to crockpots, sports equipment to glassware, in addition to games, toys, small electronics, household items, and small furniture. Grandma’s Attic is unable to accept computers, heavy exercise equipment, skis and ski boots, mattresses, pillows, drapes/valances, cribs or playpens.
Donation drop-off of small items will take place under the Grandma’s Attic tent on the Norfield Church campus starting on Wednesday, May 29, between 9 and 2 through Thursday, June 6.
Leave all items on the designated wooden pallets under the tent. For more information, call Carol and Al Bartosic at 203-221-1727.
Donations are being accepted for hardcover and paperback books, board games, videos, record albums, DVDs, cassettes, and educational software for this year’s Books and Entertainment Booth.
All items must be in good condition. No textbooks, magazines or periodicals. Donation drop-off is at the Norfield Church CE building starting on Sunday, May 19. For more information, call Kathy Powers at 203-938-3284.
Norfield’s Walton’s Corner is the place to find wonderful small treasures. If you would like to donate china, jewelry, silver, pewter, porcelain figurines, vintage linens, kitchen utensils, and ceramics, drop-off is at the Norfield Church office starting Sunday, May 19. For more detailed information, contact Teri Gaberman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lastly, clothing donations are being accepted. All clothing items must be clean and folded. Donation drop-off is at Norfield Church starting Sunday, May 19. For more information, call Wendy DeMonchaux at 203-226-9433.
All proceeds from the Norfield Fair are distributed to Fairfield County 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. Since 1990, Norfield Church has donated more than $1 million to charities from its country fair and live auction dinner proceeds.
This year’s fair proceeds will benefit the Christian Education/Norfield Children’s Center building renovation project.
For more information regarding the 111th Norfield Fair, call the church office at 203-227-7886 or visit norfield.org.