Munster Holiday Boutique Goes Virtual

Let’s rally together to help support our small businesses that you would have otherwise seen at the Holiday Arts/Crafts Fair and/or the Holiday Boutique. Let’s shower them with support on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY and SUNDAY.

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A schedule of businesses will be posted Wednesday, 11/25 (by end of business day). Vendor information along with how to purchase from each vendor will be posted Saturday, 11/28 and Sunday, 11/29. It’s as simple as reaching out to that vendor to secure your purchase. Vendor has the option to ship directly to you or you can pick up from the Parks Office beginning 12/7 during office hours, 8:30AM-4:30PM (Monday-Friday).
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More details to come.

Interested in participating, email Jill at jhiggins@munster.org – open to hand-made vendors only – no home-based businesses. Or call: 836-PARK. 

To watch for vendors and purchase, got to this link on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/829759557784613

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