Tuesday, September 18, 2007
St James Anglican, Paris, Ontario
It will feature:
Hometown Booths offering baking, knitwear, sewing, candy, jams & jellies, pickles, woodcrafts, books, jewellery, floral decorations, china, junktique, and much more…
Gardening Booths: Local suppliers will be offering a diverse selection of colourful and fertile ideas for your home garden - Come and talk to the experts!
Home Décor: Decorative Products, Demonstrations and Designs for Living
Restaurant & Snack Bar
Door Prize – Beautiful Quilt.
For Enquiries, the Church Office is at: 519-442-4334
St James was built about 1839 with funds raised in parishes in Ireland and Scotland and a gift from the Duchess of Leeds. It was the first cobblestone building by Levi Broughton in Paris who went on to build another dozen cobblestone houses in the area that still stand. A fieldstone chancel was added in 1863 and the five-sided vestible erected in 1989-90.
St. James' received their present pipe organ in 1895, and the parish hall was officially opened by the Most Rev'd David Williams, fourth Bishop of Huron, in 1913.