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October 5, 2011

Shopping & fun at Holiday Boutique

Bringing the community together for the holidays!

Come to the Friends of the Grandview Library's Holiday Boutique for seasonal shopping & fun for the whole family. 

Fabulous vendors will fill the Library Atrium on Saturday, November 19, from 11 am-3 pm. There will be great gifts to purchase and craftmaking for children.

Plus, Stauf’s Coffee Roasters will have a Coffee Shop, Cord Camera will be taking pictures for your holiday cards at sale prices, and Edible Arrangements will be selling pineapple pops and gift certificates at discount prices (and giving part of the proceeds to the Friends of the Library).

Kids can decorate ornaments & gift bags and visit The Elf Shop—where they can secretly purchase gifts ($3 & under) for their families and get free “Magic Reindeer Dust”, while supplies last.

DOOR PRIZES!
A ticket will be given for each purchase made, to be placed in a box for drawing. You need not be present to win. Prizes donated by:

  • The Candle Lab
  • W.G. Grinders
  • Noodles & Company
  • Mazah Mediterranean Eatery
  • Matt the Miller's Tavern
  • Dewey's Pizza
  • Rife's Market
  • The Oilerie
  • Peabody Papers
  • Objects for the Home

Contact Friends President Lou Redden (614-488-5167, craftfan60@aol.com) to volunteer.

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