Peppermint Boutique - Craft Fair

Mother Seton Regional High School Parents’ Guild Present:

Peppermint Boutique – Craft Fair

Saturday, Dec 2, 2017 - 9am-4pm

Mother Seton Regional High School

1 Valley Road, Clark NJ 07066

OVER 100 GREAT VARIETIES OF VENDORS FROM WHICH TO SHOP!

  • Assorted Crafts, handmade items & affordable gifts for everyone.
    • Home décor
    • Christmas Ornaments
    • Handbags
    • Ceramics
    • Jewelry
    • Art
    • Kids items...

                      And many more!!!

  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks available all day for purchase.
  • Free Admission-Open to the Public!
  • 50/50 Raffle!

Any questions or if you want to inquire about joining our great list of crafters for next year, please contact Chuck and Tressa Dombroski at dombroskiabstract@comcast.net       

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Sat, December 02
9:00 am — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 12/02/2017 9:00am 12/02/2017 4:00pm America/New_York Peppermint Boutique - Craft Fair

Mother Seton Regional High School Parents’ Guild Present:

Peppermint Boutique – Craft Fair

Saturday, Dec 2, 2017 - 9am-4pm

Mother Seton Regional High School

1 Valley Road, Clark NJ 07066

OVER 100 GREAT VARIETIES OF VENDORS FROM WHICH TO SHOP!

Assorted Crafts, handmade items & affordable gifts for everyone.


Home décor
Christmas ...

One Valley Road Clark, NJ 07066

Mother Seton Regional High School

One Valley Road
Clark, NJ 07066

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