ARLINGTON - On Saturday, Aug. 9, St. James' Episcopal Church will present the community-wide festival of Norman's Attic from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Some vendor spaces are still available at a reduced cost by the early deadline of July 1.

Listed as one of Yankee Magazine's top 20 Vermont events, this event has been held for 19 years in historic Arlington, the home of beloved American artist Norman Rockwell and his family from 1939 to 1953.

Vendors from all over New England will line Main Street (Historic Route 7A) and the Village Green with a wide variety of unique items, gifts, crafts and collectibles. There will be woven items pottery, art, jewelry, china, linens, antiques, dried flowers, homemade jams, knitwear, children's activities, performances by the Wild Country Clogger and more.

There will be many different kinds of food available including the justly famous St. James' Grill. There will also be a baked goods dessert booth. For more information or to request a vendor application, contact the St. James' Parish Office at 802 375-9952; send an e-mail to, visit the website at or find them on Facebook. The vendor application can also be downloaded from the St. James' website.