Fair weather and local fare at Sharon craft fair

Tina Dorazio’s supply of Greek olive oil proved to be one of the most popular spots to stop for a sample. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

SHARON — “Don’t listen to the weatherman!” proclaimed Matt Andrulis Mette, director of Sharon’s Parks and Recreation Commission. Why the malice toward meteorologists? Andrulis Mette was standing on the Sharon Green on a sunny afternoon, Saturday, Aug. 5, knowing that all his plans had gone right — albeit just a little late. 

Despite the fine weather, early forecasts of storms and showers had taken a visible toll on attendance for the annual summer Arts and Crafts Fair. 

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