Alternative Gift Fair at UU Church of Barnstable

November 10th and 11th
Courtesy of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Barnstable

The Alternative Gift Market annual event sponsored by the Unitarian Church of Barnstable offers shopping for all occasions in any season. This two-day shopping experience is the place to meet with not-for-profit organizations and make donations in honor of someone as a gift. All these organizations focus on making Cape Cod a kinder, safer place for everyone.

The organizations returning are: A Baby Center of Cape Cod,   AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod,   Alzheimer’s Family Support  Center of Cape Cod,  Barnstable Land Trust,  Cape Cod PATH,  Duffy Health Center,  Independence House,  Massachusetts Audubon Long  Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary,  Monarch Project of Cape Cod, National Marine Life Center, New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance,  South Coastal Counties Legal  Services, WE CAN,   Whale & Dolphin Conservation, and  Wild Care.  The Gift Fair welcomes newcomers Youth StreetReach, an organization that is part of the Cape Cod Council of Churches that offers a unique experience for teens to interact with those who have dealt with being homeless, and Bridges Associates who are building bridges to a healthy future for youth and families.

Saturday, November 10,  10 am to 3 pm, and

Sunday Nov. 11, 11:30 to 3 p.m.

at the Unitarian Church of Barnstable, Rt. 6A, 3330 Main St. in Barnstable Village.

 Bring a new or gently used children’s book to support Cape Cod Child Development and be entered into a drawing.  All donations are tax deductible.


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