Photos: From jewelry to hot dogs at fall fair in Shelton

Wendy Wilkins, left, sells costume jewelry at the Shepherd Fall Fair on Saturday morning at Shelton’s Church of the Good Shepherd, corner of Coram Avenue and Kneen Street. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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Phyllis DiMauro of Florida, on the right in above photo, was at the fair with her daughter, Chris Alcutt of Shelton, a church member. DiMauro used to live in Shelton. Wilkins’ business is based in Stratford and called Whisper Jewels.

Diane Goodman holds up raffle information at the Shepherd Fall Fair in Shelton, which she helped to organize as an active member of the local Episcopal church.

Diane Goodman holds up raffle information at the Shepherd Fall Fair in Shelton, which she helped to organize as an active member of the local Episcopal church.

The fair goes from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13 on the church grounds, 186 Coram Ave. It features vendors, crafters and a hot dog cart, and there is a raffle with gift cards for Lowe’s, Amazon, Outback Steakhouse and Subway.

The event raises money for the Church of the Good Shepherd, including the congregation’s outreach program.

Chris Alcutt of Shelton looks at colorful necklaces being sold by Whisper Jewels at the Shepherd Fall Fair.

Chris Alcutt of Shelton looks at colorful necklaces being sold by Whisper Jewels at the Shepherd Fall Fair.

Many vendors are present at the fair on the Church of the Good Shepherd in downtown Shelton.

Many vendors are present at the fair on the Church of the Good Shepherd in downtown Shelton.

 

 

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