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Get A Jump On The Holiday Shopping At The OLOL Christmas Bazaar

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MILLTOWN, NJ - For folks that hate the stress of holiday shopping online or otherwise, head to the Our Lady of Lourdes Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 2 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the OLOL school auditorium for gifts, stocking stuffers and more.

This family-friendly event will feature food, kids games and crafts along with an amazing selection of gifts and stocking stuffers. Choose from vintage jewelry, ornaments, nearly new toys, religious articles and books as well as a chic 'new-to-you' Christmas booth.

Vendors will be on hand offering crafts, jewelry, designer bags, grave covers, wreaths, candy and specialty foods. Shoppers can enjoy basket raffles, including a gift card tree raffle, along with an old fashioned bake sale.

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Come early and bring the kids to have breakfast with Santa from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. at the OLOL cafeteria. Breakfast with the big guy in red is sponsored by the Our Lady of Lourdes Knights of Columbus. Breakfast is $5 per child and includes scrambled eggs and pancakes with orange or apple juice. There will be a $15 maximum fee for four or more children. Adults can purchase the same breakfast for $6 or enjoy coffee and a bagel for $2.

Reservations for Breakfast with Santa must be made in advance. Tickets will not be sold at the door for the Santa breakfast. Reservations can be made by downloading the registration form at the Our Lady of Lourdes website.

Ala carte breakfast and lunch items will be available for purchase at the Christmas Bazaar as well.

The Our Lady of Lourdes school auditorium and cafeteria are located at 44 Cleveland Avenue in Milltown.

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