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Kolb Elementary School Hosting First Annual Holiday Boutique Saturday Dec 1

November 28, 2012

Kolb Elementary School’s Parent Faculty Club is hosting its first annual Holiday Boutique this Saturday, December 1st from 9am – 3pm in Kolb’s Multipurpose Room. Shop local and help support public education!

The event is open to the public and admission is free. There will be over 20 vendors selling everything from hand crafted items, such as knit wear, clothing, jewelry and baked goods to home décor, jewelry, hair accessories, body products, skin care, nutritional products, cooking tools, storage containers and more!

Kolb Elementary PFC also has partnered with The Gold Refinery to host a fundraiser where shoppers can cash-in their old, outdated, unwanted gold, silver and platinum jewelry while 10% will go back to the school. Shoppers will have cash in their hands to spend at the Holiday Boutique.

In additional to shopping, attendees will enjoy:

  • Chocolate samples to the first 100 adults who walk through the door.
  • Peet’s Coffee and breakfast items for purchase in the morning.
  • Bagel Street Café has put together boxed sandwich lunches that will also be available for purchase in the afternoon.
  • Kolb’s fourth grade class will be selling hot chocolate and lemonade throughout the day to help raise funds for next year’s Outdoor Ed program.
  • PFC table where books, Kolb Spirit items and gift wrapping can be purchased.
  • Yogurtland has donated cups of frozen yogurt for the PFC to sell at this event too!
  • Raffle items donated by our vendors and local businesses will be held throughout the event.

Raffle tickets will cost only $.50 each with $5 for 12 and $20 for 55 options for those looking for a bigger chance to win. Some of the vendors will be holding their own raffles at their tables, so be sure to stop by for your chance to win.

Kolb Elementary School is located at 3150 Palermo Way, Dublin. Updates and a list of vendors can be found at www.kolbpfc.org.

Childcare is provided, one hour for $1, so parents can enjoy the Boutique while their children are supervised in a nearby play room. (Childcare is on a first-come,  first-served basis. Parents must remain on premises. Children must be 3 years or older and potty trained.)

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