HOL­I­DAY BAZAARS

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St. Paul’s an­nual Turkey Trot

BLACK­STONE — Saint Paul's Parish, Black­stone, will hold its 35th an­nual Turkey Trot on Sat­ur­day, Nov. 11, at St. Joseph’s Cen­tre Lower and Up­per Hall. Ad­mis­sion is free. Doors and kitchen open af­ter Mass and raf­fles be­gin at 6 p.m. Over 100 valu­able gifts, in ad­di­tion to tur­keys, will be raf­fled off, a to­tal of 10 ta­bles all to­gether. Food and soft drinks will be avail­able through­out the evening along with your fa­vorite soft drinks. A spe­cial bake ta­ble of­fer­ing home­made pas­try will be avail­able as well.

A Penny so­cial will be held with 20 items.

Our Lady of Good Help Christ­mas Bazaar

MAPLEVILLE — Our Lady of Good Help Church, 1063 Vic­tory High­way, will host its Christ­mas Bazaar on Sat­ur­day, Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sun­day, Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. un­til noon.

This year’s bazaar will fea­ture a wide va­ri­ety of hand-made items, gifts for teach­ers, friends, neigh­bors, chil­dren, and Mom and Dad; gra­ham cracker house kits, choco­lates, hol­i­day treats, and baked goods for sale. Also, there will be a split-the­pot raf­fle (great prizes), Penny So­cial, 12 Days of Christ­mas Raf­fle (great gift idea), as well as a ‘spe­cial raf­fle.’

Santa will visit Sat­ur­day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m.; then again on Sun­day from 11 a.m. to noon. Cam­eras are en­cour­aged.

The kitchen will be serv­ing light lunch items and re­fresh­ments.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 401-568-8280.

St. James Epis­co­pal Church’s Hol­i­day Bazaar

WOONSOCKET — St. James Epis­co­pal Church’s an­nual Hol­i­day Bazaar will be held on Sat­ur­day, Nov. 18, from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 24 Ham­let Ave.

There will be items for Christ­mas, Thanks­giv­ing, door prizes, baked goods, candy, crafts, jew­elry, books, White Ele­phant, chil­dren's ta­ble, si­lent auc­tions, soup and bread, dy­na­mites and re­fresh­ments.

This is a Church-spon­sored and run fundraiser. Pro­ceeds of the bazaar ben­e­fit the mis­sion of St. James Epis­co­pal Church.

Giv­ing Thanks Craft & Ven­dor Fair

On Novem­ber 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. at Mead­ows Com­mu­nity Room. 2 Vil­lage Way. North Smith­field, shop a se­lec­tion of 24 lo­cal crafters and ven­dors from home­made wooden signs, ma­son jar gifts, can­dles, re­pur­posed pon­chos, hand­made jew­elry, cro­chet items, to LuLaRoe, Tup­per­ware, Mary Kay & More. Get started on that Hol­i­day Shop­ping. We have Games, Sticker Scav­enger Hunt, Feather the Turkey. Straw Game, Raf­fles, Turkey Raf­fle. Bake Sale. Gift Card Raf­fle. Come with an ap­petite, we have Dy­na­mites! Free Ad­mis­sion. Bring a can good, pantry item or gift card.

Woonsocket Hol­i­day Stroll

WOONSOCKET — The Down­town Woonsocket Col­lab­o­ra­tive wel­comes you to join in on the ninth an­nual Woonsocket Main Street Hol­i­day Stroll, which will take place on Sat­ur­day, Dec. 2 from 2 to 7 p.m.

The stroll, which starts to Mar­ket Square and ends at Mon­u­ment Square, fea­tures car­ol­ers, street and mu­si­cal per­form­ers, lo­cal ar­ti­sans, a fire per­former, a tree-dec­o­rat­ing con­test, a visit from Santa Claus, a scav­enger hunt, fam- ily-friendly ac­tiv­i­ties as well as food and bev­er­ages.

St. Gabriel Christ­mas Fair

UP­TON, Mass. — On Sat­ur­day, Dec. 2, St. Gabriel Women’s Club will hold its tra­di­tional Christ­mas Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the church hall at 151 Men­don St., Up­ton.

Well known for fresh green­ery for both in­side and out, the abun­dantly-dec­o­rated fresh bal­sam wreaths and ceme­tery bas­kets are quick to sell. You can take your own pic­tures with Santa as he greets ev­ery­one ar­riv­ing at the fair. Pur­chases can be made from the Olde Tyme Christ­mas sec­tion, the new or ‘like new’ Gift Gallery and the ever-pop­u­lar Flea Mar­ket.

Chances are avail­able on theme bas­kets, restau­rant gift cards, Home Heat­ing Oil and a Lot­tery Tree dec­o­rated with $100 in lot­tery tick­ets. A ‘Bake Ta­ble’ of­fers pies, cakes, breads and candy. Cof­fee and muffins are avail­able, or stay for lunch, fea­tur­ing beef veg­etable soup, chili, pizza, hot dogs and grape nut pud­ding for dessert.

Visit the tra­di­tional Christ­mas Fair and en­joy the fes­tive Christ­mas spirit.

St. John’s Church Christ­mas Fair

FRANKLIN — Get in the hol­i­day spirit by shop­ping at the St. John’s Church Christ­mas Fair, which will be held Sat­ur­day, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 237 Pleas­ant St.

There will be all kinds of high-qual­ity items to pur­chase; bid on the si­lent auc­tion; find gift bas­kets with themes such as sports; food and wine; games and toys. Add some Christ­mas flair to your home with Christ­mas green­ery or hand-crafted wreaths.

Shop in the Coun­try Store, where you can pick out cozy, hand-made scarves, mit­tens and/or hats for your teenager.

There will be raf­fles, food and drink, plus games and ac­tiv­i­ties for the chil­dren... not to men­tion an ap­pear­ance by Santa Claus.

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