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Stratford Mom Debuts Business at Women's Club Fair

Resident debuts new home design product line at Treasures, Treats and Trinkets Fair.

Entrepreneur Tara Wexler Shows Off WoodyCrest Home Furnishings November 10

 

The Stratford Women's Club will be hosting its 25th annual Treasures, Treats and Trinkets Fair on Saturday, November 10 at The Stratford United Methodist Church, 2600 Main Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

"WoodyCrest reflects the design sensibility that my family has brought to our home in Stratford after leaving Manhattan," said Tara Wexler, stay-at-home mom and founder of the recently launched WoodyCrestLiving.com. "It's a mix of rustic, urban and cottage-style home furnishings and accessories that are high quality & affordable. Many of our products are made from reclaimed and recycled materials too."

Treasures, Treats and Trinkets will be held indoors and admission is free to the public. Among the items crafters and vendors will be offering: handmade jewelry, silk floral arrangements, seashell artwork, doll clothing, bags, wooden puzzles, candles, pottery, home furnishings and accessories, scarves, yarn, bedding, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Avon, and other premium and specialty products.

For more information, call Dolores 203.378.9981, email StratfordWomensClub@gmail.com, or visit Facebook.com/StratfordWomensClub

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