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Local Businesses Doing Good at St. John’s Bazaar: Nov 21

A number of local businesses – some new, some established – will be helping local shoppers “do good while they shop” at the St. John’s Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 21 from 10 am to 3 pm.

Among the vendors are:

  • Sweet Teez, Larchmont’s new sweet spot, with holiday treats made specially for the Bazaar
  • Great Gifts for Giving, Sheryl McSherry’s affordable line of girlfriend, hostess, teacher and other small gifts
  • Pam Older’s unique handmade jewelry
  • Three Lovelies, coming from Rye with gifts for moms, kids and the women in your life
  • Ice Jewelry, from Mamaroneck, is bringing chic accessories

Three other local vendors are Circle 7 Framing, SM Halligan Designs and Wine Jewels. Coming from slightly further afield are Catch All (Westport, CT) and Bugs Deluxe (Brooklyn, NY).

 Hommocks students (left to right) Greta Massey, Allie McErlean,  Katie Goodman and Katherine Grinnell are getting in the spirit to help out at the St. John’s Episcopal Church Christmas Bazaar in Larchmont on Saturday, November 21st.

Hommocks students (left to right) Greta Massey, Allie McErlean, Katie Goodman and Katherine Grinnell are getting in the spirit to help out at the St. John’s Episcopal Church Christmas Bazaar.

In addition, shoppers will be able to find great books for kids and adults; hockey skates, bikes and lacrosse sticks; estate silver, china and housewares; vintage jewelry; and toys by the ton, all at bargain prices.

The St. John’s Christmas Bazaar, has been a Larchmont community tradition for over 80 years. But there’s always something new.

This year, the silent auction will offer opportunities to bid on:

  • 4 tickets to the World Champion Yankees
  • A week at a Martha’s Vineyard vacation home
  • Tickets to the ballet
  • Dinner delivered to your door, or a weekend of pet sitting
  • and much more…

Santa will be at the bazaar along with the “elves” of LJ Photography Studio. Holiday photos of children or the whole family can be had (with or without Santa) between 11 am and 2 pm.

There will be hot lunch and many homemade treats available, with a place to sit and rest. And all the proceeds go to benefit local worthwhile causes, including the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force, the Community Counseling Center, and the CAP (Community Action Program) Center, which offers day care, after-school and advocacy programs for families in need.

St. John’s Episcopal Church is at 4 Fountain Square (at Linden Avenue) in Larchmont. The Bazaar runs from 10 am until 3 pm, and is free of charge and open to all. For more information, please call 834-2981.


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2 comments to Local Businesses Doing Good at St. John’s Bazaar: Nov 21

  • Glenn London Wood

    I read the article about the St. John’s Christmas Bazaar and it was such a nostalgia trip for me. I first went to the Bazaar in 1954 with my grandmother, Edith London. She bought me a calendar and told me that I should write in it each day like a diary. I have done so ever since! It always reminds me of how special she was in my life. My family enjoys reading my calendars even now. Glenn Wood

  • Deirdre Black Corwin

    In my family, the St. John’s Christmas Bazaar has always been the harbinger of the holidays. Ever since my daughter started nursery school at St. John’s in 1987, my mother, who is now deceased, and I would take her to it. We always play Christmas music in the car as we drive through Larchmont to it. It’s a wonderful way to get into the holiday spirit.

    We try our best to keep up the tradition to honor my mother’s memory as she enjoyed it so much.