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Trinity Church Brings Back Old Fashioned Bazaar

Holiday shopping event becoming an annual tradition.

It is time to think outside of the box. For the last 11 months, Trinity United Church members have been meeting to create many handmade gifts and ornaments that will be for sale at their Old Fashioned Holiday Bazaar.

The event will incorporate homemade items with an emphasis on gifts with some ornaments plus items gleamed from their various collections. There will be unique handmade ornaments from fabric, cork, buttons, trims, wood, yarn crocheted and much more with many vintage table runners from antique doilies.

Along with Cinderella slippers, cork hot plates, cell phone holders, pet gifts, scented sachets, fabric placemats and napkins, there will be gift cards available with card holders.

Baked goods from the member’s kitchens will also be available set on pretty china. A talented artist from Texas has contributed many wonderful jewelry pieces. Plus many pretty pre-wrapped boxes for your purchases. 

This is Trinity’s second year for the  Old Fashioned Holiday Bazaar, since they had them 16 years ago. They would like it to continue each year as they promote the tradition of items produced by American hands. They encourage everyone to come out for the fun and find something personal and heartfelt for all. 

The hours will be 2-9 p.m. Nov. 29, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 30, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 1. Any purchases will be able to be put on charge cards also. 

For more information check out the church's website or call the office at 732-469-5044 and check out our Facebook page.

Submitted by Yvette Halpin.

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