St. Hugh's 'Tea & Treasures' sale returns Oct. 15-16

  • Shop for vintage, contemporary and handcrafted items as well as jewelry, collectibles and more at St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church's annual "Tea & Treasures" fundraiser on Oct. 15-16.

    Shop for vintage, contemporary and handcrafted items as well as jewelry, collectibles and more at St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church's annual "Tea & Treasures" fundraiser on Oct. 15-16. Courtesy of St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church

 
 
Updated 10/12/2021 10:55 PM

St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church, 36W957 Highland Ave in Elgin, is hosting its "Tea & Treasures" fall fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16.

The annual event features tables of vintage, retro and collectible items as well as linens, holiday decor, jewelry, framed art and handcrafted gifts.

 

A Tea Bar offers shoppers complimentary hot tea and fresh cookies.

Linens, holiday decor, and vintage, retro and collectible items are featured at the annual "Teas & Treasures" fundraiser at St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church in Elgin.
Linens, holiday decor, and vintage, retro and collectible items are featured at the annual "Teas & Treasures" fundraiser at St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church in Elgin. - Courtesy of St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church

Visit the Bargain Tables for books, CDS, games, glassware, etc., or browse the Craft Corner for practical household, infant and accessory items handmade by parishioners.

As a special addition this year, on Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon, Sharpening by Dave will be stationed in the parking lot and visitors can have their knives, scissors and garden tools sharpened while they shop.

Credit cards are welcome and proceeds benefit a variety of ministries both local and global.

Masks are required during the sale. See our flyer on the Events page of sthugh.net.

The church is located at southeast corner of Randall Road and Highland Avenue.

Follow www.facebook.com/sthughepiscopal/.

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