Another Holiday Bazaar, Mouth-watering Sweets, and Some Rock and Roll!

Community Church of New Boston Annual Holiday Bazaar

UnknownI probably could do an entire blog post, or five, solely on holiday bazaars and craft fairs: it’s just that time of year. However, for this week, I’ll just spotlight one more. The Community Church of New Boston will hold their annual Holiday Bazaar at the church on Saturday, November 16th, from 9:00AM to 2:00PM. Everyone who attends will be given a chance to win a door prize, which are generously donated by the vendors and crafters. Plus, winners will be drawn every half hour!

Vendors include, but are not limited to Origami Owl, Pampered Chef, Thirty-One and Usborne Books. You’ll find a wonderful selection of jewelry, children’s books, baked goods, homemade pickle & jams, handicrafts, attic treasures, Christmas ornaments, fossils, minerals, stones and MORE! There will also be a hot lunch availabe, including the famous corn chowder,  from 11:00AM to 1:00PM. One stop shopping and lunch at my disposal if I get hungry? Sold.

Donna’s Delicious Desserts Open House

right-way-to-eat-a-cupcakeJoin Donna’s Delicious Desserts in Barnstead this Saturday, November 16, from 2:00PM to 5:00PM for their first ever open house and goodie tasting! You can sample some of Donna’s most popular treats, place a holiday order, and buy desserts to take home that day. Featured desserts will include the following:

– Gingerbread Cake Roll
– Pumpkin Cake Roll
– Peppermint Whoopie Pies
– Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies
– Caramel Apple Filled Cupcakes
– Irish Car Bomb Filled Cupcakes
– Cocoa Kiss Cookies
– Snowball Cookies
They  will also have crafts available for you to buy, including snowman ornaments, Grinch ornaments, table runners, place mats, signs, magnets, and scarves. For those of you that don’t know me, I probably have one of the biggest sweet tooth’s ever. In fact, I say I have an entire mouth full of sweet teeth. Just reading about this has made my mouth water. Tickets are free and you get to sample an assortment of delectable and tasty treats: what more could you possibly ask for?

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

WebImageIt might not be Christmas time just yet, but the Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be in town and  you do not want to miss it! They will be at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Sunday November 17th for two spectacular performances at 3:00PM and 7:30PM. Just click on the appropriate link and you will immediately be brought to the page where you can buy your tickets!

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be performing their acclaimed rock opera, “The Lost Christmas Eve” live! This will be  your last chance to see the exciting on-stage performance of “The Lost Christmas Eve,” a heart-warming story of loss and redemption on a magical Christmas Eve in New York City while the band is in the area. I have actually bought tickets to see the show myself. Everyone has nothing but good things to say about this show and they rave about how fantastic it is. So I bit the bullet and am beyond excited that I am finally going to get to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra! Tickets at the door are either  $32, $42.50, $58.50 or $68.50, $58.50.

Check It Out

FullSalem2Medallions_2The New Village Craft Fair at The First Congregational Church in Salem will be on Saturday November 16th from 9:00AM to 4:00PM. This juried craft show features New England artisans selling unique items including jewelry, dog beds, bird houses, photography, pottery, candles, knit sweaters, children’s clothing and more. Traditional craft items like holiday ornaments and winter scarves can also be found in the Treats & Treasures room. There will also be a bake sale and a variety of food offerings at the Village Café.

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