Driving through the town of Chester was a bit slower on Saturday, Dec. 3rd, with the multiple fairs and bake sales and other events taking place in the buildings downtown at the intersection of Routes 102 and 121A.
There was lots of crafts to choose from while music was played for shoppers at the Congregational Baptist Church Vestry Craft Fair.
The Chester Historical Society was open for the public with President Jean Methot and Diane Methot in period costume. Learn more at the Chester Historical Society facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChesternhHistoricalSociety .
The Chester Seniors Bake Sale from left to right: Colleen Towle, President; Sue Lewis, Ivy Coleman, Len Coleman and Tracy Coleman.
The Loaf and Ladle Food Sale benefited the Church, from left to right in front: Linda Noyes and Sandra Walton and in the back: George Noyes, Colleen Towle.
The Raffle Gift baskets at the Chester Library
The Christmas Fair in the Town Office multipurpose room.
Julie Sprague, President of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 108 and Deanita Brayall.