POINT PLEASANT — Harvey Memorial United Methodist Church will be holding its annual Christmas Village Holiday Bazaar on Nov. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The bazaar, which has been a tradition for nearly 50 years, will be held at the church’s location of 1120 Arnold Avenue and is set to feature all sorts of goods just in time for some holiday shopping, following Thanksgiving and, of course, Black Friday.
Items to be bought include homemade cookies in holiday tins, sold by the pound, vintage jewelry, art with locally-sourced sea glass, homemade jelly, ornaments, Vera Bradley merchandise, live plants and more– all at a low price. Breakfast and a light lunch will also be available.
Also stopping by the church is Santa Claus himself, who will be taking photos with attendees of any and all ages.
The funds raised from the event will be going towards the church’s many missions, all of which are dedicated to providing for the community and for those in need.
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