Pine Walk Fair 2011
The 39th Annual Fair Harbor Pine Walk Fair was held on Saturday July 2, 2011.
the ‘downtown’ area, there is something for everyone.
there was a table representing GETWELL kakamega! Kakamega is an area in
organization raises money to build wells for clean water.
information go to http://www.orphansheroes.org/Orphans_Heroes/Orphans_Heroes.html
Wilson & Andy & Vicki Kornblatt are volunteers helping to control the
feral cat population in
. They held their
annual raffle to raise money to help them in their efforts. If you see wild cats or kittens around your
property and want to help control the
cat population call 583-7767.
If you or
someone you know want to adopt a cat call 583-7767.
Abuse of Women & Children
the past 20 years the Sunshine Kids Foundation has been dealing with the understanding of the complex
problems of women and child abuse.
about their organization or donate please go to http://www.womenandchildrenscharity.org/
auction which is held in front of the
firehouse, offers prizes from
many local businesses as well as restaurants and shops in
Proceeds from the silent auction
provide funds for both normal and emergency purposes for the Fair Harbor Fire
many tables selling their wares.
Robbins, Soapmaker, is a longtime resident of
who sells her handcrafted fine soaps and spa products. Visit www.Seablossom.com for more information.
resident, Lezly Garrett travels from
each year to participate in the Pine Walk Fair to sell her cover-ups, beach
wraps and bikinis. You can reach her at email@example.com.
To see more
photographs on canvas go
FOOD & DRINK
refreshments were provided by
’s ‘Le Dock”.
A sampling of other vendors (in no
particular order) are represented below:
Street Studio, makers of children’s clothing & quilts, Mary Blair Iron
designs, Susan Pillay Children’s wearable art Claudio Gill Designs, Clear
metals, Inc, Duchess Arts & Antiques, Bookmarks & customized cross
stitch by Hedy Campbell, Lush Life Gardening by Ellen Reznick, Kenny Goodman
Fire Island silver jewelry.