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League of NH Craftsmen moves annual Mount Sunapee fair online

Staff report
Published: 5/15/2020 6:44:47 PM
Modified: 5/15/2020 6:44:35 PM

NEWBURY, N.H. — The nonprofit League of N.H. Craftsmen has decided to hold its 87th annual Craftsmen’s Fair in an online format this year, rather than in person at the Mount Sunapee Resort as usual, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We surveyed our members and decided we can still showcase the incredible works created by the talented men and women of the League, but we need to do it in a virtual fair,” League Executive Director Miriam Carter said in a news release Friday. “We remain hopeful that supporters will log on and shop with the same enthusiasm they bring every year to our mountainside venue.”

The virtual fair will run from Aug. 1 to 9 and include online videos, interviews, classes and demonstrations.

More information will be available at the League’s website,

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