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Auburn Village School Holiday/Craft Fair

Date/Time

Dec 14, 2013
09:00 AM

Description

Come join us for a day of holiday fun and shopping! The Auburn Village School PTA is holding their annual Holiday Fair where there will be some amazing raffles. You could win a family four-pack of tickets to Disney World among other great prizes!
 
There will also be vendors selling unique products and crafts, games and prizes for the kids, a jingle bell table where kids can buy unique, hand-made gifts for their loved ones at affordable prices, a Sweet Stroll (similar to a cake walk) and free gift wrapping!
 
The Friends of the Griffin Free Public Library will also be having their Santa's Breakfast from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. in the cafeteria so come meet Santa, have some breakfast and do some shopping all in one place!

Admission is free. Tickets for raffles, crafts and games available for purchase at $1 per ticket. Kids between the ages of 2 and 13 get 3 free tickets at the door.  Visit www.avsholidayfair.com for more information.

Cost

Admission is free.

Location

View map Auburn Village School Gymnasium
11 Eaton Hill Road
Auburn, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Auburn Village School PTA

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