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St. Nicholas Orthodox Church to hold holiday sale

Shrewsbury – St. Nicholas Orthodox Church will be hosting a Thanksgiving Bake Sale, Luncheon & Holiday Marketplace on Saturday, Nov. ?17, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

This is a perfect opportunity to purchase sweets for your Thanksgiving Day celebration! A variety of traditional pies, breads, cakes, and other assorted fresh baked goods will be offered for sale. Also to be featured that day will be Mediterranean ethnic offerings from St. Nicholas” Kitchen such as Baklava and seasonally decorated Hostess Platters with an assortment of ethnic pastries.? The platters make a perfect hostess gift, or a delicious centerpiece for your own holiday dinner table.

On that day you can also take a break from all your holiday preparations to enjoy a luncheon of freshly made spinach or leek pie (pita) and hot soup made from scratch.? Kick off your gift shopping at their Holiday Marketplace where there will be an assortment of gifts, vintage items and jewelry for sale.

For information concerning the Bake sale, Luncheon and Holiday Marketplace you may call the church at 508-845-0088 or go to www.stnicholaschurch.org.

The church is located at 34 Gold Street, (on the corner of Route 9 and Gold Street) in Shrewsbury.

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