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Arts & Crafts Holiday Fair at St. Joseph High School Metuchen on Sat, Nov. 19

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METUCHEN, NJ -- The 38th annual Holiday Craft Fair organized by the Fathers Club of St. Joseph High School in Metuchen on Saturday, Nov. 19th, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  will feature over 100 exhibitors offering fine arts and crafts, handmade gifts, knitted blankets, glassware, artisan foods and much more. The Fair will feature hand-crafted, as well as vendor, items, including Pampered Chef, Arbonne, and Origami Owl.  

"We have people who have been with us for years, and new vendors, too," said Vincent Sollecito, past president of the St. Joseph High School Fathers Club. The Father's Club will have a full cafeteria menu serving breakfast and lunch.

Free parking is available. There is a $1.00 admission charge per adult. For more information, call St. Joseph's High School at (732) 549-7600.

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Saint Joseph High School - Metuchen is a private, Catholic all-boys college preparatory school located on 70 acres operated by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, who have been active in American education since their arrival from Lyons, France in 1847.  The faculty is comprised of competent lay and religious educators. The school draws students from a wide geographic area encompassing over 40 school districts and over 75 grammar schools in Middlesex, Somerset, and Union Counties, as well as outlying areas. 

Click here to learn more St. Joseph High School's academic programs, and here for information about the school's sports programs. 

Saint Joseph High School
145 Plainfield Ave 
Metuchen, NJ 08840 

Editor's Note: St. Joseph High School is an advertiser of TAP into Scotch Plains-Fanwood. To learn more about becoming an advertiser, call (908) 663-2121 or email jmooney@tapinto.net.

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