2019 Holiday Event
December 14, 2019, 8:30 AM -1 PM
This year’s PACC Holiday event is Breakfast and Shopping with Santa!
Join us for a delicious breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 14 starting at 8:30 AM! Light and fluffy pancakes, quiche, fresh fruit and coffee/tea/juice! Breakfast is free for infants and toddlers (to age 2), $5 for children up to 12 years old, and $10 for everyone 12 years and older. There will be a cap of $25 for families of 4+. This price will cover eating breakfast, and kids’ activities: making a holiday craft, and visiting Santa (which can include making a wish list to share and taking photos with him).
Don’t forget to check out the delicious home made goodies in The Bakery – pies, brownies, breads, muffins, scones, fudge!! And of course, THE COOKIE WALK! Grab a container ($5 & $8 sizes) and walk around the cookie-laden tables, adding your choice of yummy home made cookies to your can!
Visit the Gift Shop, for unique, quality gifts and handmade items such as knit/crochet mittens, hats and baby wear, quilted throws, Christmas ornaments, crystal dishes and candle holders, Rada stainless steel cutlery, and more! Check off your Christmas shopping list with items from small holiday hostess/teachers’ appreciation gifts, to hand crafted decorations, ornaments and even original framed artwork.
When you’re done shopping, visit the Gift Wrap Station, where, for a modest fee, we will wrap your gifts in festive gift bags or wrapping paper, and include a bow and tissue for easy gifting!
Get the Breakfast and Shopping with Santa event flyer.
If you have any questions or wish to help, please call the church office at 781-643-8680. Hope to see you at the Fair!
About the Holiday Fair
The Park Avenue Congregational Church Holiday Fair grew out of the church bazaar, started by the women of the church to fund the construction of a church building back in the 1890s. We are proud to present a fresh take on this beloved tradition, held each year in November. You may contact the church office to learn more, or read about the Holiday Fair from prior years: