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November 29, 2012

Church's saving grace

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Niagara Gazette — Vadla will be selling her woven scarves and jackets, as well as demonstrating her skills on a loom. 

Vadla, a Lewiston resident, said that while weaving can be a little challenging in the beginning, especially setting up the loom, "when you sit there and weave, that is the most enjoyable thing."

There will also be a bakesale, homemade jams and vegetarian chili to eat-in or take out. There will be a tag sale of donated goods, as well as furniture on display in the basement. Upstairs in the church there will be larger items available in a silent auction, including a large Persian rug.

For more information about the event or the church, visit www.firstuunf.org or call 285-8381.

WHO: The First Unitarian Universalist Church Of Niagara WHAT: Holiday Bazaar with a tag sale, handmade goods and an antique auction. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. WHERE: 639 Main St. MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.firstuunf.org or call 285-8381.

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