TOMS RIVER – The Ocean County Historical Society invited the public to attend their annual Holiday Gifts, Crafts and Collectibles Faire. Admission is free!
This year the Faire will be held on November 13 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the Toms River High School South Cafetorium located off of Hooper Avenue in Downtown Toms River. Ocean County Historical Society President and event organizer, Jeff Schenker promises the event will be bigger and better than ever.
“We are so proud to have Ocean County Cultural and Heritage as a co-sponsor. There will now be exhibits telling the rich history of Ocean County,” Schenker said.
Schenker states that besides having over 70 vendors, there will also be the annual large 50/50 raffle, a one dollar used book sale, a model train display and the very popular baked goods table.
According to Tim Hart, Director of Ocean County Cultural and heritage, “I am so pleased with the quality of the exhibiters this year. It is going to be a great day to do some Holiday shopping.”
Pat Moore, a Board member of the Ocean County Historical Society, who helped organize the Faire stated, “This is going to be almost one stop shopping for Holiday gifts and decorations. We have vendors displaying everything from jewelry, scented candles, bath soap, works of art, crocheted toys, hand painted glass bottles, gift baskets, greeting cards, pottery, bird houses, flags, ornaments, prints, designed cigar boxes, blankets and much more.”
For additional information, call Jeff at 609-339-9134. Vendor spots are sold out.