Old St. Andrews of Bloomfield Hosts Annual Christmas Bazaar

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 59 Tariffville Rd Bloomfield CT 06002  See map

Fill your holiday gift list with items from the Old St. Andrew’s Annual Christmas Bazaar!  It’s a wonderful way to support local vendors, purchase 0ne-of-a-kind items while benefiting worldwide charities.  

On Saturday, December 1st and Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 Old Saint Andrews Episcopal Church in Bloomfield, CT is hosting a spectacular Christmas bazaar.  The bazaar hours on both Saturday and Sunday are from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

The money collected this year goes to our new outreach project through Mugisa Isingoma, wife of Archbishop Henri Isingoma of the D.R. of the Congo.  Mugisa is the President of the “Mother’s Union” and formed the “Womens Center” to teach Episcopal and Ecumenical women skills to provide money to become self-sfficient to educate their children in the East and West Congo.  

Along with donated collectables, vendors will be selling their wares of olive oil, bread, Photo Art by Chris Fisher, handmade goat milk soap, Holly Hill Pottery, sweater bags, note cards with Photos by Kirsten Powell, jewelry, Native American jewelry/items, toys scarves, shawls, sweaters, mittens, peruvian items, food items, hand painted Christmas ornaments, art work, children’s books and many other items.  Many of our vendors profits go to benefit their own charities.  

Lunch will be available Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.  Menu includes "Our famous bean soup" veggie or ham, sloppy Joe's and (by demand) Vietnamese spring rolls and apple crisp for dessert. 

Old Saint Andrews is located at 59 Tariffville Rd. Bloomfield, CT 06002.  For additional information about Old Saint Andrews Annual Christmas Bazaar, contact Shirley Greiman at 860-803-7535 or visit oldstandrews.net 


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