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Trinity Marketplace brings the community together

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Trinity United Methodist Church is hosting a craft fair this weekend.

Local vendors set up stalls with candles, holiday decorations, a hand-carved wooden bowl and a variety of other items. Proceeds from the event’s bake sale and soup cafe will go to local charities, including Free to Teach. Free to Teach provides free school supplies to students in the Huntsville area.

Trinity Marketplace committee member Angela Schaefer said the market was a great opportunity for community outreach.

“Right now, when so much of the community has crowded indoors for the past two years, it’s just great to come together for a good cause to support the people who make and craft things,” Schaefer said.

Trinity Marketplace vendor Terry Sonnenberg said he was pleased to have the opportunity to interact with the church and the surrounding community.

“It’s a chance to see a lot of our neighbors,” Sonnenberg said. “We’re sitting here seeing people I haven’t seen since COVID hit. It was really fun talking to people and being caught up.

The event will continue through March 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 607 Airport Rd SW.


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