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Angels &n Trinkets Holiday Fair

Date/Time

Nov 3, 2013
09:30 AM

Description

A fun event for all to enjoy!

Join us for the popular Fairy Angel Treasure Hunt! Find the missing Fairy Angel and receive a trinket to take home.

New this year... there will be entertainment and group presentations throughout the day pertaining to holiday crafts, special activities available in the community and musical talents found right here in the NH area! Plus we will be offering a Marketplace with over 40 exhibits of crafts, jewelry, services and more. All this in the comfort of the Crowne Plaza Ballroom.

There will also be a variety of great door prizes and free parking.

Bring in a non-perishable donation for the Community Food Pantry Drive and get $2 off general admission.

Cost

$4; Over 65 and under 9 free

Location

View map Crowne Plaza
2 Somerset Parkway
Main Ballroom
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Loving Life Expos

Phone

(603) 321-4818

Contact name

Angie D'Anjou

Contact email

info@lovinglifeexpo.com

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