Kanawha County Amateur Radio Club will have demonstrations.
Bring a gallon of your favorite dry beans, lentils, old-fashioned oats, popcorn or grains to have them vacuum-sealed. One bag will be packed per family.
Dolan said the list of participants just keeps growing as experts in various areas jump on board to share their knowledge.
The fair will be held at Habitat for Humanity's Homeowner Education and Community Center, 815 Court St. The center is attached to the ReStore and located on the corner of Piedmont and Court streets across from Green's Feed and Seed.
Those who visit the fair are encouraged to bring items to be donated to local food pantries such as canned food, dry milk, and peanut butter.
Also, new and re-useable items may be brought and donated to the ReStore.
Dolan said the fair is sure to be an enjoyable and educational experience.
"I'm still getting calls from people wanting to set up," she said. "I'm excited. I hope everyone will come out. It sure will be fun."
Email Dolan at drmusic...@suddenlink.net for more information.