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Chartiers Valley Primary School's annual vendor, craft fair set for Nov. 18

| Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, 2:30 p.m.

Chartiers Valley Primary School's PTG will host its annual Holiday Vendor and Craft Bazaar from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 18 at the school, 125 Thoms Run Road in Collier.

The event will feature more than 45 vendors — including LuLaRoe, Matilda Jane, Pampered Chef, Peace Love & Lavender, Magnolia & Vine, Origami Owl, Wear it Well, Painting Classes, Rodan & Fields, Deco Wreaths, Lipsence, Uppercase Living, DotDot Smile, Homemade Jewelry, Keep Me Safe Organics, Jamberry, Damsel in Defence.

In addition, the group is collecting nonperishable items with expiration dates after April 2018 to support the local Meals on Wheels program. For each nonperishable item donated, participants will receive one ticket for raffle prizes.

Children can shop for adults in the Snowball Express area, where volunteers will help them pick out gifts. Prices there range from 25 cents to $10.

Event also includes raffle prizes and refreshments.

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