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Column: Worthington Christian School Sip-n-Shop event is Nov. 14

By the WORTHINGTON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SIP-N-SHOP COMMITTEE WORTHINGTON -- Along with the families who support our school, Worthington Christian School's annual community traditions allow us to continue our mission to educate children in the light o...

By the WORTHINGTON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SIP-N-SHOP COMMITTEE

WORTHINGTON - Along with the families who support our school, Worthington Christian School’s annual community traditions allow us to continue our mission to educate children in the light of God’s word. One of these traditions is the upcoming Harvest “Sip-n-Shop” Craft & Vendor Boutique.
This event will be hosted in the Worthington Christian School gymnasium, 1770 Eleanor St., from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14. There is no charge to be part of this fun and festive shopping experience.
We encourage you to come visit more than 30 crafters and vendors offering a variety of wonderful items of handmade wool, home décor, repurposed wood crafts, sweet treats, outdoor art, furniture, cosmetics, jewelry, hand bags, cleaning products, clothing, toys, health and wellness products/services and much more. Worthington Christian School will also be hosting its Scholastic Book Fair during this time, providing a wide-range of books for any age and special interest. There is sure to be something for everyone on your list as you kick start your holiday shopping.
While you browse the gymnasium, you’ll be delighted to sip on our free hot apple cider. And if that isn’t enough, the lunch counter will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., serving delicious homemade soup, chicken salad or ham and cheese croissants, along with a variety of bars, drinks and other goodies. The Sip & Shop is becoming famous for its lunch counter, so you may want to stop by and discover why. We can’t wait to see you Saturday, Nov. 14!

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