New Bern, NC, October 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Fairfield Harbour (www.fhpoa.com), a residential boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, has announced its upcoming Arts and Crafts Bazaar will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17 form 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Community Center and Firehouse. The event, which showcases the work and talent of Fairfield Harbour artists and crafters, will display a wide assortment of handmade gifts in preparation for the upcoming holiday season, including jewelry, pottery, holiday decorations, artwork, homemade soaps, hand creams and accessories. Additionally, a number of local fundraising groups will participate in the event, including the Fairfield Harbour Garden Club, the Bridgeton Women’s Fellowship, Sons of Norway and Joan Cote with the Catholic Daughters. Baked goods and coffee will be provided by the Ladies Hospital Auxiliary.
“Fairfield Harbour is one of the greatest communities in the area, and much of that comes from our residents, as they truly are the thread and culture of all that our community represents,” said Larry Knapp, president of the Fairfield Harbour board of directors. “The talent that resides within Fairfield Harbour is remarkable, and we invite the public to observe the handiwork in this year’s Arts and Crafts Bazaar as well as give back to the nonprofit organizations that our residents support.”
About Fairfield Harbour:
Established in 1975, Fairfield Harbour is a boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, North Carolina. Residents living in this recreational, resort and retirement community have access to numerous social networks as well as a 75-acre manmade harbor along the Neuse River that lies only 18 miles from the Intracoastal Waterway. Fairfield Harbour is located on more than 2,000 acres and includes more than 1,300 privately-owned single family homes, 144 condominiums and 24 townhouses. Dedicated to giving back to the community, Fairfield Harbour and its residents actively support more than 75 nonprofit groups in the region, including the Wounded Warrior Project, Tryon Palace, Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation and Coastal Women’s Shelter. For more information about Fairfield Harbour, visit www.fhpoa.com.
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