St. Mark’s Episcopal Church will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar on jam-packed Saturday, December 6th.
It’s a quick hop from downtown. So there’s plenty of time to check it out before or after Santa lands. The event will run from from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Parish Hall (map).
Admission to the bazaar is free. Inside this year is live music and a kids’ activity area.
But it’s really all about the fundraising sales. These include a White Elephant, Jewelry, Toy, and Craft Sales, Silent Auction, Games of Chance, and more.
The secondhand clothing shop, The Bargain Box, will hold its annual “Bag Sale”. (Purchase as much clothing as you can fit into the bag for $5.)
It’s also a great place to grab lunch or a snack while you’re running around that day.
Volunteers will be selling baked goods. Plus, their Café will offer soups, sandwiches and desserts 11:30 am – 1:30 pm.
Returning this year is the MYCHIP (Masonic Youth Child Identification Program), sponsored by the Mass. Freemasons, which provides tools to help law enforcement authorities find and identify a lost or missing child. The free program includes a short video interview, DNA swab, and a dental imprint called Toothprints.
Proceeds benefit the parish’s Youth Group Mission Trip and Southborough Food Pantry Fuel Assistance Program.
For more information, 508-481-1917 or email@example.com.
Feel free to stop by Strung Jewelry Designs Open Studio Dec 6-7 & Dec 13-14 from 10am-5pm at 15 Summit Road (take Parkerville Road south of Route 9 and turn onto Skylar or Fairview Drive, look for signs/pink balloons). Fresh and elegant jewelry designed and made one piece at a time by designer Christina Lamb, from artisan glass beads, semi-precious stones, Swarovski crystal, sterling silver and more. Visit the studio, enjoy a congenial environment with refreshments, to select jewelry for yourself or as gifts. http://www.strung.biz