“Friday Night Lights” continues this year. The fairgrounds were truly transformed into a glittering “city on the hill that cannot be hidden” [Matthew 5:14-16], proven positive by the New Canaan children and families who came out in droves.

May Fair is the celebration of the St. Mark’s community reaching out to the Town of New Canaan, and other communities, not only on the day of the Fair, but all year long through our outreach programs funded by May Fair proceeds.

May Fair Schedule of Events

Friday • 5PM to 10:00PM – Rides, Live Music, and Food
We will begin selling $25 all-you-can ride wristbands at 4PM.
The Get-About Shuttle will pick up/drop off at the lumber yard (Elm St.) across from Karl Chevrolet.
 
Saturday • 9AM-7PM
White Elephant Sale 9AM to 4PM
Rides 10AM to 7PM

Food Court 10:30AM to 5:30PM (or until supplies last)

The Get-About Shuttle will pick up/drop off at the lumber yard (Elm St.) across from Karl Chevrolet.

Parking

On Friday night, the Get-About Shuttle will pick up/drop off at the lumber yard (Elm St.) across from Karl Chevrolet. A special bike parking area will be available to encourage guests to “go green” and ride to May Fair instead of driving cars and hunting for a parking spot. Please bring your own lock.

White Elephant Donations 

Thank you for considering a donation to the May Fair White Elephant sale.  Please help us maximize our charitable impact by observing the following guidelines.  Whatever we are unable to sell, we must pay to dispose of, so we cannot accept items that are unlikely, unhealthy, or unsafe to sell.
 

When to Donate at St. Mark’s

Sunday, May 7  1PM–4:30PM

Monday, May 8 – Wednesday, May 10  9AM–3PM

Volunteers will be at the Church to help unload and direct you.

 

Books and jewelry are accepted whenever the office is open, in the Church House foyer/Office

Furniture: Please call the Church Office if a pick-up is needed (203-966-4515).

 

We cannot accept any donations after 3PM on Wednesday, May 10.

 

Donation Guidelines

We cannot accept: clothing, footwear, or mattresses, Christmas and holiday decorations (except high-end collectibles), children’s car seats, electronics, TV, or CRT monitors, computers, printers, appliances, sleep sofas, office desks or large file cabinets, large pieces like entertainment centers, armoires, and hutches unless they are in great shape, Outdated exercise equipment, plumbing and bath fixtures, building materials, luggage except very clean sports bags, anything that is unsalable (too worn, too big, obsolete)

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