TCS Spring Bazaar & Craft Sale
It is almost time for our annual Bazaar fundraiser, an event for all the community held at Matilda Hall in Dixon’s Corners on March 30 between 10am and 2pm. We welcome guests of all ages and have a variety of games and areas for everyone.
All our favourite games for the kids return with even a few games that the the grown ups can tackle. The games are paid for with tokens that can be bought at the door.
Balloon Game – 3 Tokens
Hockey Shoot out – 2 Tokens
Sjoelbak – 1 Token
Plinko – 3 Tokens
Fish Pond – 1 Token
Duck Pond – 2 Tokens
Face Painting – 1 Token
As ever our volunteers in the kitchen will be cooking up a storm. A hot lunch will be available to purchase at noon, with options like lasagne & salad, boerenkool & oktoberfest sausage, hot dogs and sausages. Chilli and soup are available throughout the day, along with a wide variety of drinks and pies.
Home Decor- full of amazing and unique items for your home.
Baking- fill your freezer with yummy treats to share with family and friends. Freshly made and sells out fast. Also making an appearance again will be Biemond fresh Cheese Curd.
Children’s Toys & Books- pick up some “new to you” toys and/or books for your children’s enjoyment.
Visit Timothy Christian School Online Auction to join our Facebook group for the Bazaar Online Auction. You can bid on an item by commenting below the picture with the dollar amount you wish to pay. Bidding will start at 8pm on Friday March 15th and will end at 8pm on Friday March 29th.
You can then pick up your item on the day of the Bazaar, or reach out to us to make alternative arrangements for pickup.
Please note, a Facebook account is required to participate in the online auction.
There is still plenty of time to donate to the Bazaar. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Items can be dropped off at school during school hours, or we can arrange pick up. Everything will need to be at Matilda Hall by Friday evening on March 29th.
It’s thanks to the generous donations of both members of the community and local businesses that we are able to offer what we can in the Bazaar.
We are hugely thankful for their generosity.