Annual Early School Parents’ Fall Marketplace & Book Fair @ TBA

On Tuesday, November 14, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and Wednesday, November 15, from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., indoors at Temple B’nai Abraham, 300 E. Northfield Road Livingston (entrance on East Cedar Street), you can do your Holiday Shopping early at The Annual Fall Marketplace and Book Fair, sponsored by TBA Early School Parents’ Council. The Marketplace and Book Fair are open to the community, and admission and parking are free. Heather Halper and Caryn Delinko are the Marketplace co-chairs. Amy Solomon serves as president of Early School Parents’ Council.

The Marketplace will feature unique and quality gift items for the entire family including, clothing, jewelry, crafts, accessories,  handcrafted fashions, distinctive handbags, stationery, scarves, toys, decorative household items and much more.  The Book Fair will feature books for children, teens and young adults.  Credit cards are accepted.

All Early School programs are open to non-members and members. For information, please contact Debbie Aronson Ziering, Director of Early Childhood Education  973-994-7016 or visit the TBA website at www.tbanj.org/the-early-school

 

Contact Information
  1. Marlene Libby
  2. 973-994-7016
  3. mlibby@tbanj.org
Wed, November 15
6:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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On Tuesday, November 14, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and Wednesday, November 15, from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., indoors at Temple B’nai Abraham, 300 E. Northfield Road Livingston (entrance on East Cedar Street), you can do your Holiday Shopping early at The Annual Fall Marketplace and Book Fair, sponsored by TBA Early School Parents’ Council. The Marketplace and Book Fair are open to the ...

300 E Northfield Road Livingston, NJ 07039

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300 E Northfield Road
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