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Sharon Humphreys and Jacque Jones (pictured), co-chairs of the Crafts Guild at Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, gave GO Brooklyn a sneak peek of the wares that will be for sale at the church’s Yankee Fair on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Those that love the DIY-style, but don’t have time to do it themselves, will enjoy perusing the Yankee Fair’s tables brimming with handmade crafts and holiday decorations and homemade desserts. The fair will also offer antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing and party wear.

In addition to shopping, the organizers promise that the ground floor of the church’s Brooklyn Heights campus will be transformed into a fairground of activities, replete with pony rides.

The Plymouth Church Yankee Fair will be held Nov. 11, from 10 am to 4 pm, at Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims (on Orange Street between Hicks and Henry streets in Brooklyn Heights). Admission is free for adults, $10 for children (which includes bracelets providing admission to most kids’ activities), $5 for each additional child. For more information, call (718) 624-4743 or www.plymouthchurch.org.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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