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Holiday Festival

Please join us for our 23rd annual event on

Saturday, November 8, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Over 120 Artisans • Book Nook • Huge Silent Auction • Attic Treasures • Gourmet Shop • Casseroles to Go • Photos with Santa • Kidz Zone with Games, Activities and Crafts • Live Entertainment and Petting Zoo!

SILENT AUCTION

Have any sporting event tickets you would like to donate to the Holiday Festival Silent Auction? We need Georgia, Auburn, Alabama and Georgia Tech tickets!! Around of golf? Gift certificates for dining, boutiques, auto services, yard services, etc? A week at your vacation home? Help us raise money for Habitat for Humanity by donating an item to our Silent Auction. This year we are excited to be using state of the art technology, powered by GiveSmart, which enables you to view and bid on auction items from anywhere at any time utilizing your cell phone, tablet, or computer! You need to set up an account so that you can start now and see the items up for auction. To set up an account simply visit: www.dumc14.auction-bid.org or Text DUMC14 to 68494 to register for the auction and then have fun supporting the Holiday Festival by bidding high and bidding often! Set up your account now and go online to see some of the items already there. Please call Patti Erwood 678-643-3670 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with any questions.

ATTIC TREASURES

If you have items that you would like to donate to Attic Treasures, please contact Betsy Wampler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 770-354-4120. Eric Christensen, with Bulldog Movers is graciously donating two men and a truck to pick up large items on October 11th and 18th. Any items can be dropped off by contacting Betsy and setting up an appointment. Bins for smaller items are located near the Nursery. We accept gently used furniture, crystal, silver, china, accessories, lamps and art work. We look forward to the receipt of your items and appreciate your contribution to Habitat. 

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CASSEROLES-TO-GO

Comfort Food Extraordinaire! This year's slate of Casseroles-to-Go choices features brand new recipes with creative touches and delicious ingredients. We will be featuring seven new selections including Lemony Chicken and Kale, Parmesan Rice and Italian Sausage, Meatball Pasta Bake, Savory Italian Brunch Casserole, Fireside beef and Potato Melt, Better Than Chicken Cordon Bleu, Chicken and Veggie Polenta Pie. We are bringing back- and it is by popular demand- Classic Chicken Pot Pie. We're looking forward to sharing the ones that make your mouth water!

DINE TO DONATE:

OCTOBER 1- OCTOBER 31, Start making your plans to have lunch or dinner at our participating restaurants during October. Visit Carbonara on Monday's, October 6, 13, 20 and 27; Marlow's Tavern of Dunwoody on Tuesday's, October 7, 14, 21 and 28; and Cafe Intermezzo on Wednesday's October 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. These restaurants will donate a portion of your tab to Habitat, when you mention Holiday Festival or Habitat for Humanity. Bon Appetit!

BOOK NOOK

Book donations and volunteers are needed for the Book Nook. A bin for donated books is located near the Young Adult area. We also accept audiovisuals, but please no puzzles, games or out of date reference books. You can volunteer to sort, set up or sell on a clip board located on a desk in the library. For more information, please call Bill or Dot Drury (770-399-0476) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

GOURMET SHOP

The gourmet shop is GROWING! This year we will be located in the YOUNG ADULT AREA. This means that there will be more space to display our wares, and also some refrigeration will be available. (Please let us know if you are donating a refrigerated item, so we can plan space.) We will be selling all sorts of delicious pies, cakes, breads, cookies, seasonal nuts, candies, jams, jellies and your other wonderful creations. We will package and wrap your items- but please label. We also suggest adding your name to the label- be proud that it is "your name's" pie, fudge, candy, etc. Many of the shoppers ask for foods made by specific cooks- your reputation carries from year to year. So get out those special recipes and think Holiday Festival. We will be accepting foods on Thursday evening November 6, all day Friday November 7 and early morning Saturday November 8. Questions?? Ruth Brown This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 770-393-0437.

NAILS

Nails will be available for purchase for $1 throughout the church beginning Sunday, October 19. Contact Diane Rhea at 404-626-2534, with questions.

GREETERS NEEDED

Anyone interested in working an hour and a half shift at the Holiday Festival greeting new faces and helping with directions, please email Karen Oates at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

BREAKFAST WITH ELVES

Bring the whole family for a delicious pancake breakfast and enjoy extra fun for the children with Santa's Elves. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 10:00 a.m. Tickets go on sale Sunday, October 19 between services and at Wednesday night supper.

LOGISTIC TEAMS

We need your help. The Holiday Festival takes time and effort to prepare the church for the event. There are dedicated Logistics teams setting up and taking down the event before and after the festival. If you can help set-up the church before the event or put it back together after the event, please contact one of the Holiday Festival Logistics Leaders. To assist with event set-up on Thursday, November 6 or Friday, November 7 please contact Mary Shiflett at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 404-849-1263. To assist with event take-down on Saturday, November 8 please contact Sean Penn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 404-310-7536.

KIDS ZONE

ATTENTION PARENTS AND KIDS! The Holiday Festival KIDS ZONE will be located outside by the playground. Back by popular demand: bounce house, hamster balls, pony rides, petting zoo and face painting. New this year- THE MAN CAVE! Located near the Gourmet Shop, in the Young Adult Area. Dad's... while Mom is shopping, bring the kids to the Man Cave to watch college football games!!! Questions? Please feel free to contact Pam Tallmadge at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Vendor Information

This year's show is full.

If you want to be added to our list of contacts and be notified of future events, please send your request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with your name, company name, phone number, and the name of your craft.....or call Marcelle at 770-393-9736.

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Co-Chairs

Martha Davis
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Judy Vogel
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Why We Do It

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2014 Artisans List

Claire Anderson

Katie Asip

Sushma Barakoti

Sue Barth

Sonia Beard

Amy Beck

Kendra Beneigh

Angela Bermudez

Jan Berry

Paul Bruschi

Amy Bryant

Mary Campbell

Marie Canale

Cady Carnes

Jaime Casstevens

JoAnn Chism

Shari Coan

Sally Conner

Lyn Cosby

Patty Dawkins  

Jeanne Dennis

Cami Dett mer

Karen Donaldson

Peggy Douglass

Gloria Doxtader

Luana Dunn

Kimberly Ellis

Teri Fezza           

Tami Fisher

Adele Fugel       

Leslie Gassmann

Allen Gerber     

Carole Gerhardt              

Rachel Greenfeld

Sarah Greer       

Tom Hanlon       

Diana Hanson   

Michelle Harpur

Philip Hart          

Jennifer Henry

June Holder       

Margaret Hopkins

Bonnie Hutcheson

Carolina Isea

Becky Johnson

Mark Johnson

Beth Johnson   

Kathleen Kernan

Terri Kight          

Melissa Koch

Hollis Ledbetter

Lynn Lommer

Pamela Lowe    

Shirley Lowe

Deanna Lucas   

Susan Lynn        

Cameron McIntosh

Elizabeth McKinnon

Suzanne McLamb

Chris McLaughlin

Merrily McLaughlin

Jim McLean       

Denise Miller

Jan Moore         

Jenny Moore    

Nancy Moseley

Nefetari Murph               

Emily Myers

Desi Nikolova

Sandra Nissen  

Lise O'Hare        

Evelyn O'Reilly  

Mandy Patel     

Diane Pfeifer

Tamara Poff      

Barbara Purkerson

Pam Ragsdale   

Kirsten Roberts

 

Mary Sawyer    

Robin Schick      

Peggy Schmid   

Jim Smith            

Jean Stephens 

Melissa Stowe  

Rose Stransky   

Sarah Surber     

Susan Swensen

Jeri Terkosky     

Christine Thomas

Terri Tidmore    

Melissa Tulman

Sharon Utych    

Linda Vachon    

Donna Waldron

Cindy Wallace   

Kathleen Wasowski

Vikki Mancil Weigel

Carol White       

Tonya Williams 

Jim Witt               

Cassandra Wolf

Tricia Wyatt 

Natalie Keng

Drew Oxford

Contact Information

Dunwoody United Methodist Church
1548 Mt. Vernon Road
Dunwoody, GA. 30338

Phone:
770-394-0675

Fax:
770-394-8492

E-mail:
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Worship Times

Traditional Services
9:00 & 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Contemporary Service
9:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall