“They are helping us to transition the event — hopefully a seamless one — and have been just great to us,” Karen Herman, event coordinator, said.
Herman said proceeds from Crafts in the Park will be used to support outreach programs and organizations in the local community, including Habitat for Humanity, Esperanza Academy, Bread and Roses, Neighbors in Need, Lazarus House and the Merrimack Valley Project.
The Episcopal church also sponsors its Children’s Center preschool program and the Andover Thrift Shop, and provides a diverse and enriching music program with scheduled events open to the public, she said.
If you go What: Crafts in the Park When: Saturday, May 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; rain or shine Where: The Park, Chestnut and Bartlet streets How: Free admission. Visit www.craftsinthepark.com.