The final Huntersville Market of 2010 will be Oct. 23. The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department sponsors the market. Local vendors of fresh produce, home-baked goods, custom jewelry and charming crafts will sell their 2010 inventory from 7 a.m. to noon at 103 Maxwell St.
Interested in becoming a vendor? The Huntersville Market offers a central location for farmers, crafters and all types of vendors to sell their goods and display their services. For more information contact Sierra Davenport, recreation coordinator at 704-766-2253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Attic and bazaar sale
The United Methodist Women of Asbury United Methodist Church will have an attic/bazaar sale Oct. 23.
Breakfast food and baked goods will also be available. All proceeds will go to the various mission projects the women's group supports, which include Angels and Sparrows, Room at the Inn, Crisis Assistance Center, Habitat for Humanity as well as many others in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.
For information visit www.asburyumc-huntersville.com.
Fall arts and crafts fair/sale
Registration is open for the first Arts and Craft Fair & Bake Sale, planned for 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Waymer Center Gym, 14200 Holbrooks Road. Local crafters and bakers will display handcrafted items and home-baked goods. Vendors who plan to sell baked goods should have state certification.
The vendor fee is $20 per table. Purchasing a second table will be based on availability. To register contact Sierra Davenport at email@example.com or 704-766-2253.
Daraja Children's Choir
Journey Church of Huntersville will host the Daraja Children's Choir of Africa for concerts at the 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. services Oct. 31.
The choir is an international Hope Exchange. Many of the children in the choir have come from some of the most desperate circumstances in Kenya, yet they offer hope through their songs, laughter, joy and passion for God.
The choir hopes to also bring awareness to the needs of the people in Kenya; build awareness of the 410 Bridge mission and model in Kenya; and raise money to support the vision and purpose of the 410 Bridge, including projects and partnerships affecting the children of the Daraja Children's Choir.
The 410 Bridge is an organization that partners with individuals and organizations to help the people of Kenya access fresh water, have access to education and health care, learn about microenterprise and grow in spiritual development.
For more information about 410 Bridge and the Daraja Children's Choir visit www.410bridge.org.
For more information about Journey Church visit www.thejourneyonline.com.