This fair is a true summer celebration from start to finish! After the road race that kicks off the day, there's more than 60 terrific artists and artisans, a huge town yard sale and book sale, a large children's activity area, lots of great food, and so much more to see and do. Look for Sunny Window on the road just south of the Common, in our usual spot. And please give us a call or send us an e-mail f you'd like us to bring anything in particular for you, especially if you would like a lot of one thing. We'll bring it along, set it aside for you, and you can pay when you pick it up.
After the fair, we highly recommend a visit to one of the many wonderful farm stands in Little Compton and neighboring Tiverton, often overflowing with excellent local produce and baked goods. The area is also chock full of interesting antiques shops, stores and galleries. We also like to stop at the nearby Sakonnet vineyard and enjoy a glass of wine under the big trees overlooking the vineyard - it feels like a visit to France!
For more information about the annual Fair, now in its 58th year, visit The United Congregational Church at www.ucclittlecompton.org.