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This year marks All Saints Episcopal Church’s 80th Annual Holly Bazaar and we hope you will join us once again.  Co-chaired by Stephanie Hornback and Megan Monfiston, the bazaar will be held on Saturday, December 3rd from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on church grounds, both indoors and outdoors.  It will feature:

“Outdoor Vendor Village” – a festive, tented area in our parish/rectory driveway for all new merchandise vendors and our live trees and wreaths sale.   
 
“Gingerbread Café” – Expanded for 2022!  In addition to the wonderful hot cocoa, tea and coffee and espresso-based drinks, this year’s café will sell homemade baked goods, an assortment of lunch items and other snacks and beverages.   Orders can be placed with the elves just inside the common room.  
 
“Holly Shops at All Saints” – Located inside the Common Room, you can pick up a poinsettia for your table, shop our One-of-a-Kind crafts, find a new or gently used gift at Elsie’s Emporium or discover the perfect piece of “Estate Jewelry.”.  Our popular Kids’ Corner will return too with activities, holiday favorites and a shopping area priced just right for your littles.  Santa will also be there for pictures and handing out special gifts to all the young children in attendance.  
 
“Frosty’s Lounge” – In the church yard, visitors will find an outdoor seating area with portable heaters to relax and enjoy their Gingerbread Café treats, a firepit to roast marshmallows and holiday music.
  
Many of you have started to ask how can you help.  Here's what we need to make sure this year's Bazaar is bigger and better than ever:

1.  Please donate empty large laundry detergent containers.  We will be spray painting them black, filling them with water and using them as weights for the tents.   We will need at least 40 of them.  
 
2.  Make a Themed Raffle Basket.  Like last year, we are asking for themed baskets (minimum cost of $25).  Please have all baskets in by November 21, 2022.  If you need a basket or help wrapping, we will be able to help out with that on November 21.  
 
3.  Prepare Individually Wrapped Baked Goods.  They are back and will be incorporated into the Gingerbread Café.  We need all our wonderful bakers to donate their delicious treats.  
 
 4.  Be an Elf!  We need volunteers to help on the following days and times, including
                        November 21 – Ingathering and set-up of Common Room
                        December 2 – Final set-up and decoration of outdoor vendor village 
                        December 3 – Holly Bazaar
                                     Help out at a Church Table (see section leaders below)
                                     Breakdown Crew 


SECTION LEADERS 
 
ACTIVITY LEAD
Vendors Stephanie Hornback
Gingerbread Café]
   *Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa, Soda and Water
   *Baked Goods/Smores Kits
   *Lunch Service (Limited Menu)
 
Megan Monfiston
Elsie’s Emporium (Larger Area) Karen Friedl
Live Trees/Wreaths/Poinsettias Stella Elder
Raffles/Raffle Baskets Pat Walton
One-of-a-Kind Crafts (Smaller Table) Carol King
Estate Jewelry (ECW) Judy Batashoff and Marje Eisenman
Toy Shop (In Hallway leading to Common Room) Susan Parfrey
Teddy’s Corner Kids Activities (New Sunday school Room) Susan Byrne
Music Andy Hornback
Communications/Social Media/Advertising Teddy Byrne, Stephanie Hornback
Treasurer Robert Earle
Santa and Head Elf Paul Walton and Diana Gilday
Vendor Village Set-up and Breakdown Fran Bergenn (her nephews)
Decorations Stephanie Hornback
   
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