Norman’s Attic Returns
Arlington is the place to be on Saturday, August 9, when Saint James’ Episcopal Church in Arlington, Vt., again presents the community-wide festival of Norman’s Attic from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More than 55 vendors from all over New England will be present, rain or shine, with a wide variety of unique items, gifts, crafts and collectibles. You’ll find woven items, pottery, art, jewelry, china, linens, antiques, dried flowers, home-made jams, knitwear, children‘s activities, and much more! The Crossover Cloggers are scheduled to perform from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss seeing this talented and energetic group of young people in action. Daniel Frank, director of music at Saint James’, will also provide onsite outdoor entertainment with a variety of musical selections throughout the day.
There will be a great array of delicious foods, including the justly famous Saint James’ Grill and the very popular home-made Wraps and Salad booth. Finish up your meal with a delicious dessert and don’t forget to make your take-home selection from the other baked goods available.
There will be printed self-guided tours of the historic Saint James’ cemetery and the church. Parishioners will also be available to answer visitor questions.
Listed as one of Yankee Magazine’s ‘Top 20’ Vermont events, Norman’s Attic has been held for 19 years in historic Arlington, the home of artist Norman Rockwell and his family from 1939 to 1953. For information, call 802-375-9952, e-mail [email protected] or visit stjamearlingtonvt.org.