WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (WVDN) – St. Thomas Episcopal Church will hold its annual Labor Day Fair on Monday, Sept. 5.
Hot dogs, hamburgers from Mountain Steer Meat Company, face painting, “white elephants,” baked goods, activities for children, used books, music, and so much more await folks in White Sulphur and Greenbrier County at this yearly event.
This year’s fair, held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., marks the 71st year of the annual event in the Spa City, and each year has its own unique flavor.
Folks are encouraged to come and buy “white elephants” like kitchenware, glassware, home decorations, and other novelty items.
At the fair, peruse books, listen to music, and enjoy a hotdog or hamburger.
Tickets will also be on sale for a beautiful Christmas basket of items to adorn one’s home.
A bounce room for kids will be in the grounds, as well as an information booth of St. Thomas’ ministry of inclusion of all people.
This promises to be an exciting, fun-filled way to spend the Labor Day holiday.
St. Thomas’ Church building, built in 1931, will be open during the fair for tours of the nave and sanctuary. The historic Roosevelt organ, stained glass, pulpit, and other 19th Century furnishings were transferred from an earlier building dating back to 1886. All of these items are well worth a visit.
Proceeds from this church fair are used for outreach projects in White Sulphur Springs, other Greenbrier County communities, and beyond.
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