Hometown for the Holidays Elf Meet Up

Hosted by The Bayonne Home Town Fair Association

This Event is going to be SO MUCH FUN!! Who Doesn't LOVE their Elf on the Shelf!

Everyone is asked to decorate an Elf Carrier as uniquely as possible.

The night before the event leave your carrier with an open top so your ELF can jump in during the night and attend the event the next day (since they can’t be touched or they lose their magic 😉 )

The most creative Elf carrier will win a $25 Gift Certificate to Reese's Hair Pieces and a special prize for your elf!

There will have an Elf Medic Station for Elves that lost their magic (due to curious kiddies), elf scavenger hunt, and a Letter to Santa Station.

We will also have Pictures with Santa, Elf Photo Booth Station, Music, Vendors & a Trackless Train Outside.

There will be a Snack Station Available where you can get various Goodies from Joseph's Eatery & Catering

All Decor will be sponsored by Events to Perfection and Hudson DNA & Drug Testing, LLC

Click here to keep up with all of the Hometown Fair Association events.

This event will be a wonderful way to bring our community together in a fun and unique way!

Early Bird Tickets are $8 per Child and any additional kids are just $5 each.The price will change to $10 a Child at the Door with Additional $5 per extra child. Adults are FREE! All activities will be included for this price!

To Purchase Early Bird Tickets Venmo:
BAYONNEHOMETOWNFAIR@gmail.com and we will send you your tickets!

Sat, December 14
12:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 12/14/2019 12:00pm 12/14/2019 5:00pm America/New_York Hometown for the Holidays Elf Meet Up

Hosted by The Bayonne Home Town Fair Association

This Event is going to be SO MUCH FUN!! Who Doesn't LOVE their Elf on the Shelf!

Everyone is asked to decorate an Elf Carrier as uniquely as possible.

The night before the event leave your carrier with an open top so your ELF can jump in during the night and attend the event the next day (since they can’t be touched or they lose ...

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