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St. Joseph High School Hosts 37th Holiday Fair on Nov. 21

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Tim Stefanoski of LoThEMaR Opals creates handmade jewelry from gemstones, minerals, and fossils, with a specialty in cutting and polishing Australian Opals
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Connie's Country Crafts
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Antique toys
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St. Joseph High School in Metuchen Credits: John Mooney
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METUCHEN, NJ --  St. Joseph High School (145 Plainfield Ave., Metuchen) will host its 37th annual Fall Holiday Fair on Saturday, Nov. 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
The show will feature over 100 exhibitors offering fine arts and crafts, handmade gifts, knitted blankets, glassware, artisan foods and much more. Vendors include jewelry-markers, floral designers, food vendors (including home-made chocolates, jams and honey). The event is sponsored by the St. Joseph High School Fathers Club.
 
Admission is $1 for adults with free parking. Food will be available. For further information, call 732-549-7600 ext. 214.
 
 
Saint Joseph's 37th Annual Holiday Craft Fair
Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015
Saint Joseph High School 
145 Plainfield Ave
Metuchen, NJ 08840 
 
Editor's Note: St. Joseph High School is an advertiser of TAPinto.net. For inquiries about advertising, contact jmooney@tapinto.net

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